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Interfaith Peace Program Response to the Brutal Attack and Murder in a Jerusalem Synagogue

A RESPONSE TO THE BRUTAL ATTACK AND MURDER IN A JERUSALEM SYNAGOGUE TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 17, 2014      The massacres in a Jerusalem Synagogue remind us of the necessity to find an end to the hatred and animosity which continues to brew between those seeking legitimate claims to homeland and security. It is in moments

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Showing of the important new documentary “An American Mosque” this Saturday night.

+++  Showing of the new documentary “An American Mosque” Saturday, November 15th at 7:00 pm Walnut Creek United Methodist, Social Hall 1543 Sunnyvale Ave., Walnut Creek An American Mosque  This Wednesday, Nov. 12 “An American Mosque” is screening on KVIE, Channel 6 at 7pm. Some of you may have access to this channel from Sacramento.  

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2014 Annual Meeting on Sunday Night!

Sunday night, the Interfaith Council will be hosting our Annual Meeting at 6:00 pm at Concord United Methodist Church (1645 West Street, Concord – between Clayton Rd. and Concord Blvd.). This is another opportunity to gather together to celebrate the wonderful work we do together and hear reports from our many projects.  We will also

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SOJA Statement on the freedom of speech and academic freedom without retaliation

Freedom of speech and academic freedom without retaliation  By the Social Justice Alliance (A Standing Committee of the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County) The Social Justice Alliance of Contra Costa County supports the full right of every person to freedom of speech and academic freedom without fear of retaliation. On September 12, 2014, the

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A a poem in response to the Interfaith Concert on the International Day of Peace by Max Reif.

INTERFAITH MUSIC By Max Reif Each group has journeyed forth from its home precinct, but today all checkpoints are open, all borders are down. Today there is only the Hall of the Heart, the Language of Love. The dancer’s body speaks with the tongue of God. The Christian may sing of his Christ, the Hindu

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Ministry in the Trenches, by Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley

Ministry in the Trenches, by Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley Download your version of Dr. Tinsley’s eBook here: http://interfaithccc.org/wp-content/uploads/ministry-in-the-trenches-011210-revised2.pdf

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Assembly Recognition

20th Anniversary Celebration Dinner to honor Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley’s 20 years of service at the Juvenile Detention Facilities!

+++  20th Anniversary Celebration Dinner to honor Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley’s 20 years of service at the Juvenile Detention Facilities! Sunday, September 7th at 6:00 pm Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Concord 1965 Colfax Ave., Concord (corner of Salvio and Colfax, within blocks of the Concord BART Station, free parking in the public lot

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Day of Peace Concert 2014

International Day of Peace Concert and Other Events

  +++  International Day of Peace Activities Sunday, September 21st (save the times)   3:00 pm, Father Tom Bonacci speaks in Rossmoor.  The Interfaith Council of Rossmoor is sponsoring a worship service, celebrating UN Peace Day and the 50th anniversary of Rossmoor. The service includes a talk by Father Tom Bonacci of the Interfaith Peace Project,

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Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County Statement on the Israeli – Palestinian Conflict

Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County Statement on the Israeli – Palestinian Conflict The Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County (I4C) is very concerned about the violence and mourns the loss of life and destruction of property on both sides in the current Israel and Gaza conflict. Though the recent cease-fire has raised our hopes,

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Interfaith Statement on Anti-Semitism

Interfaith Statement on Anti-Semitism

Interfaith Statement on Anti-Semitism Anti-Semitic acts of violence have broken out in Europe and beyond, indeed in our own country as well. To our friends in the Jewish community these senseless acts bring back painful memories of the 1930s. Surely we have learned something from that terrible time. We may differ on international issues of

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Mission Statement

We as people from a diversity of religions, spiritual traditions and sectors of society, gather to manifest our unity as we promote the spirit of community, service and cooperation through the work of the Interfaith Council.

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The Council is able to sustain the Chaplaincy Program and provide these minitries only because of the generous and regular support of people like you and congregations such as yours. These ministries are carried out on your behalf, and would not be possible without your support.

Contributions toward the work of the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County may be sent by check or money order to 1543 Sunnyvale Ave., Walnut Creek, CA 94597. Designations toward one of our programs, including the chaplaincy ministry of the Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley, may be noted on the memo line.

The Interfaith Council is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all contributions are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.