Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (March 24-31)

Blessings on all Christians celebrating Holy Week! Let us pray for each other together as we meditate on the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ. March 24 – For Christians following the Gregorian calendar (Catholics & Protestants), today is Palm Sunday – the celebration of Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Christianity Today posted a lovely …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (March 17-23)

If you didn’t hear last week, we’ve got a “Future of Doxacon Seattle” meeting coming up next month! We’ll be meeting in Edmonds to dream about the future of Doxacon Seattle – we hope you’ll join us. Check out the post for details: we look forward to hearing your thoughts & ideas. March 17 – …

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Update: The Future of Doxacon Seattle, 2025 and Beyond

Thank you for your patience! We’ll be holding our Future of Doxacon Seattle meeting on April 6 at 11:30am in the Meeting Room of the Edmonds Public Library! Please join us to dream about the future of Doxacon Seattle! Members of the planning committee will briefly describe where we’ve been, and then we’ll open a …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (March 10-16)

A 1902 photo of surgeon and scientist Joseph Lister (image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

As you may have heard, we recently had to reschedule our planning Doxacon Seattle community gathering for April 6, 2024. This was due to some unexpected complications, among them the always popular COVID 🙄. But seriously we were bummed to have to put off gathering with you all! We look forward to sharing the location …

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Update: The Future of Doxacon Seattle … is rescheduled!

Apologies! Due to some last minute issues, including a positive COVID test among our Board members, we’re NOT meeting tomorrow, March 9. Instead, we are rescheduling for April 6, 2024. It will probably be mid-day, and probably in the North King/South Snohomish area, but we’re still working out the details. In the meantime, you can …

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Doxacon Seattle weekly digest (February 18-24)

A painting of British inventor and mining engineer Reichard Trevithick by John Linnell (image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for Doxacon Seattle 2024! Special thanks to our keynote speakers (J.D. Henning and Deacon Jeremiah Webster) and our presenters. And if you didn’t get a chance to see all the wares of our presenters, you can still check them out online (social & storefront information …

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The Future of Doxacon Seattle Is in Your Hands!

We’re approaching our tenth Doxacon Seattle event in 2025! It’s exciting to celebrate where we’ve been, and to look forward to where we’d like to go! To that end, we’re holding a sort of planning party. We’d love to have as many of you as possible join us in brainstorming ideas for Doxacon Seattle 2025 …

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Doxacon Seattle 2024 is here!

A digital image of the number zero in the style of a flip clock (image courtesy Pixabay)

Today is the big day – Doxacon Seattle 2024 starts in just a few hours! The theme for this year’s convention is At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope. We’re looking forward to welcoming you at the Brightwater Center. If you haven’t bought membership, you can do so at …

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T-minus 1 day until Doxacon Seattle 2024!

A digital image of the number two in the style of a flip clock (image courtesy Pixabay)

Doxacon Seattle 2024 is fast approaching and we’re putting the finishing touches on the event. The theme for this year’s convention is At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope. Are you an otherworldly monster who is glad that an apocalyptic event has stemmed the tide of pesky humans, allowing …

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T-minus 2 days until Doxacon Seattle 2024!

Doxacon Seattle 2024 is fast approaching and we’re putting the finishing touches on the event. The theme for this year’s convention is At the End of all Things: Utopias, Dystopias, and the Persistence of Hope. As we approach the big day, we’re excited about the lineup of presentations and events. Too boot, we’re putting together …

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