Faith Action Network

Faith Action Network is a faith-inspired statewide partnership striving for a just, compassionate, and sustainable world through community.

FAN's powerful base in the faith community, persistent moral voice, outspoken public witness, and commitment to issues of justice, compassion, and inclusiveness will improve the quality of life for all people in Washington State.

Amazon prayer rooms now available to Muslim security contract employees

FAN celebrates this win for SIS employees contracted to work at Amazon. You're invited to join a Peoples' Shareholder rally next week to keep the message strong:

Amazon is holding its annual shareholder meeting Tuesday, May 23, at Fremont Studios in Seattle.
Join a coalition of labor, community and faith organizations in a People’s Shareholder Meeting to discuss Amazon’s impact on workers, housing, transportation and the environment, and to call on the tech giant to take responsibility for its rapidly expanding footprint.

JOIN US across the street from the Amazon shareholder’s meeting while we greet participants of Amazon’s meeting and hold our own People’s Shareholder Press Conference
Date/Time: 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 23,
Location: Fremont Foundry, 154 N. 35th St., Seattle, Coffee and snacks provided at The Foundry
Parking: Street parking and paid lots nearby
Bus Route: 28, 31, 32, 40, 62 Muslim security workers at Amazon say they have won an important concession — but also say that a culture of retaliation over labor activities remains.

Looking forward to seeing our Spokane friends at this Sunday's Spring Summit, 3-5pm at West Central Episcopal Mission. Spread the word!

We give extra big cheers of joy and gratitude to Rick Steves for boosting our efforts with a $15,000 matching gift for faith communities' contributions to FAN this month. This was in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther and the Reformation, which Rich has documented in a new DVD. Let us know if you'd like more information about a screening in your community.
Thank you Rick for your faithful citizenship and believing in FAN's work statewide!

BIG THANKS to the 100 of you who participated in #GiveBIG yesterday and invested $13,189 in FAN's work for justice! We thank all of you who gave in other ways too--through our website, at your congregation, in envelopes through the mail, and with your hours of volunteer commitment. We raise our hands with yours, and know that we are all in this together! You give us hope!

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Thank you Seattle Met Magazine for recognizing the value of FAN's work: "In joining the social justice muscle of communities of faith, Muslim to Jewish to Buddhist to Episcopal, FAN fosters interfaith cooperation, inspires commitment from beyond the pool of usual suspects, and bolsters the progressive peace-and-justice voice lobbying in Olympia."
Another good reason to #GiveBIG before midnight at In no particular order, 20 local and regional groups helping those who the new presidential administration promised policies may hurt.

Thank you to everyone who participated in GiveBig today!! Your support helps us bring the voices of the faithful to the halls of power - something we need now more than ever.

If you haven't had the chance to contribute, it's not too late:

Antonio Illas Handed In His Immigration Agent’s Badge In Exchange For A Priest’s Collar

Check this out! KNKX recently interviewed Father Antonio Illas of Saint Matthew/San Mateo Episcopal Church in Auburn, Washington -- a friend of FAN -- about his personal story.

"In this story, we tell you how Illas went from being a man of the law, to a man of faith heading up a church that helps the poor, the disenfranchised and the undocumented."

#HiddenFigures We are changing all of the time. We are shaped by new experiences, people we meet, the work that we do. You might start a career thinking you love what you

Distribution of Grants Proposed for Elimination by White House Varies Widely

After celebrating wins along the way, we just have to gird ourselves for the hard battles ahead. Here's an example: the White House budget will eliminate 7.7% of programs in WA state, like low income energy assistance program and 21st Century Learning Centers for at-risk youth. We have much work to do!
Help FAN gird ourselves for the work ahead: #GiveBIG today at The U.S. government funds a wide range of activities, including education, transportation, and health care, in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Of the more than $145 billion in discretionary federal grants provided in fiscal year 2016, at least 9.1 percent is proposed for elimination in t...

When you work for justice, you celebrate every win along the way. Today, FAN staff celebrates YOU who #GiveBIG to #FANtheFlames for justice. There's still time... Go to:

It's high noon, and 60 of you have already given almost $10,000, halfway to our goal! We are so encouraged in our work everyday by our FAN community's commitment to social justice. #GiveBIG to #FANtheFlames for justice!




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Grace Seattle Grace Seattle
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Making Disciples. Serving the City.

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4515 16th Ave NE
Seattle, 98105

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Center for Spiritual Living- Seattle Center for Spiritual Living- Seattle
5801 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, 98105

The Center for Spiritual Living is the place where people from all walks of life and spiritual paths come together to learn more about themselves, about Spirit, and about how to use spiritual principles to build a better life and world.

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We are a small, sincere community of Zen practitioners in West Seattle. Please join us any Sunday morning for meditation in good company.

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325 N 125th St
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No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! The United Church of Christ encourages the spiritual quest of each person and its churches are places to explore that journey with no tests of creed or dogma.

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"A small church doing a disproportionate amount of good"

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NE 47th St & 16th Ave NE
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The place to be on Tuesdays @9pm! On Instagram, follow: @theinnseattle

Resurgence Resurgence

Growing Leaders to Grow Churches.

UPC Young Adults UPC Young Adults
4540 15th Ave NE
Seattle, 98105

All are welcome so please come by! Discussion Board: We meet every Tuesday, 7-9 pm at UPC (Knox Rm.)

Seattle LDS Institute of Religion Seattle LDS Institute of Religion
3925 15th Ave NE
Seattle, 98105

Need housing? Email Sis. Williams: Also, Blog:

Rainier Beach Presbyterian Church Rainier Beach Presbyterian Church
9656 Waters Ave S
Seattle, 98118

Serving Christ by building an inclusive community that helps one another understand, experience, and reflect Christ's love.