75th Anniversary – June 2022 Events

June 8, 2022 Dear Members of the Spokane Washington Stake, We just completed an uplifting stake conference weekend with visiting authority, Elder James E. Slaughter of the Seventy, and our hearts are full. We appreciate all those who contributed to our conference in any way, including those who spoke and those who provided music. WeContinue reading “75th Anniversary – June 2022 Events”

We Wish to Represent Ourselves – The First Missionaries Visit Spokane

Missionary work in the Pacific Northwest first commenced in 1855 but lasted for just a few years due to persecution, both locally and in Utah. While missionary work in Washington and Oregon would not resume until decades later, Zion was extending its people beyond territorial Utah. As the settlements of the saints became more establishedContinue reading “We Wish to Represent Ourselves – The First Missionaries Visit Spokane”

Announcing Winter 2021 Self Reliance Courses

Dear Stake Members, As a Stake Presidency we are very excited to be offering our winter self-reliance courses to all who are interested, starting the third week of February.  We will be offering 2 different courses as follows:   Emotional Resilience – This is an amazing course designed to help increase emotional resilience for all whoContinue reading “Announcing Winter 2021 Self Reliance Courses”

Stake Conference General Session Invitation

Dear Brothers and Sisters,  We are so excited by the edifying and uplifting messages that have been shared online throughout this stake conference week that have been posted on www.spokanestake.org. Yesterday two additional  messages were shared from Sister Annie Ditto and President Ryan Jensen, the final pre-recorded messages of our stake conference. You may watchContinue reading “Stake Conference General Session Invitation”

Messages of Faith, Hope and Love

We are blessed to have President and Sister Thompson serving in the Washington Spokane Mission, presiding over missionary work bringing souls unto Christ. Nearly a third of their mission has been marked by the COVID-19 Pandemic, drastically altering how missionary work is conducted. Their testimonies and messages of faith, hope and love will lift youContinue reading “Messages of Faith, Hope and Love”

Planting Seeds of Faith Worldwide

Moses Lwakihugo recently joined the Church and is a member of the Swahili Group within the Lincoln Heights Ward. He shares how a routine visit to the grocery store led him to the Gospel. Along with Phil Huber, church service missionary serving in the group, and former Bishop of the Lincoln Heights Ward, the twoContinue reading “Planting Seeds of Faith Worldwide”