Crosscut reporter Lilly Fowler reflects on the delicate balance between public health and religious freedom during a pandemic.
Congregants adapt to drive-in and other alternative services as Pacific Northwest churches focus on prayer over politics.
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With gatherings limited, Farhiya Mohamed and her organization brought meals, supplies and joy to people’s homes during the holiday.
Unable to gather in person, the Seattle-area Muslim community is still finding ways to connect and serve during the year’s biggest holiday.
Priests and other spiritual leaders work to assure safety now, but how will coronavirus change the future of organized religion?
A writer wonders how to find community — and share matzo — over Zoom.
Puget Sound's religious leaders are adapting services and sacraments, as they tend to grieving families and COVID-19 patients.
In America, anti-Semitism is on the rise and ignorance about the Holocaust remains dangerously widespread.
'Art from Ashes' commemorates 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz.
Cash poor and property rich, churches should consider developing what they're not using.
Varisha Khan is holding onto a narrow lead in her race for a seat on the Redmond City Council. Zahra Roach has clinched a seat on the Pasco City Council.
‘The Christians’ tackles faith, damnation and the limits of religious tolerance.
In his new book, the writer faces blisters, bomb-sniffing dogs and life’s biggest questions.
A cooperative effort among Catholics, Episcopalians and Evangelical Lutherans, Seattle's Seafarers Mission is an attempt to make a hazardous, often lonely life a little more comfortable.
Temple Beth Hatfiloh in Olympia took in an undocumented family on Thursday. It became the third religious institution in Washington state to protect individuals from deportation.
The Neo-Nazi flyers, apparently produced by a prominent white supremacist website, have been appearing throughout the region over the last month.