Something special is happening in Seattle. Beyond being the jewel of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle seems to have the perfect blend of geography, culture, and people to create a thriving local PAAC community—Seattle PAAC aka SPAAC. Aya Tiffany Sato and Rev. Thomas Yang are two of SPAAC’s key members, and they share from their experience the secret sauce that makes a thriving PAAC community. If you want to know how to build authentic relationships and strong connections with people doing life alongside you, this is an episode you won’t want to miss. Thank you Aya and Thomas for your generosity of spirit and for coming on the podcast. And thank you everyone for listening!

Seattle PAAC / SPAAC: https://www.seattlepaac.org/

SPAAC SNACC podcast: https://www.divergingmag.com/spaacsnacc/

Music:

Loxbeats – Finally

Ikson – Paradise

PAAC Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/progressiveAAchristians

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Twitter: @paachristians

Email: admin @ paachristians . org

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“Come on, this is delicious noodles! Even white people eat noodles. How can you guys be talking about my noodles?!?” – (elementary school aged) Garrett Chan, SPAAC SNACC ep. 2