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How to support the ICCCC in “Envisioning a World of Interfaith Peace.”

Dear Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County Supporter, Partner with the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County (ICCCC) to accomplish our dream of Interfaith Peace!!   Click here to access the Interfaith Action for Peace Deposit a Gift website! http://interfaithpeace.mydagsite.com/home “No peace in the world without peace among religions. No peace among religions without dialogue.” – Hans Kung, 1993

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New Logo and T-shirts have arrived!

Would you like to support the Interfaith Council by purchasing one of our new t-shirts with our new logo and motto? Sliding scale $20-$30 in men’s and women’s tailored t’s! Pick yours up at the International Day of Peace Concert (Sun. Sept. 20th at 4:00 pm at Peace Lutheran in Danville) or email us here with

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Want to join our eBlast list? It’s as easy as filling out a form.

Want to join our eBlast list? It’s as easy as filling out a form. Sign Up For the eBlast For Email Marketing you can trust.

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In Support of Diplomacy For The Iran Agreement by Social Justice Alliance

In Support of Diplomacy For The Iran Agreement Recognizing and acknowledging the need to rapidly reduce and eventually eliminate all weapons of mass destruction, the Social Justice Alliance welcomes and supports the proposed nuclear agreement between the five Permanent Members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany and Iran.  This historic agreement is an

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A statement on the shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

A statement on the shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee.      The Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County calls for a positive response to President Obama’s call for prayer for the families of the five Marines who were murdered in Chattanooga, TN on July 16, 2015.  We stand in solidarity with the people of the community

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Our Hearts are Broken Again – Charleston, SC

OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN AGAIN The Emmanuel AME Church is a historic African-American church which traces its roots to 1816 and has a rich and deep history in the struggle for civil and human rights. This Church community which has opened its doors to so many people of any or no faith has suffered such

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Chief Arvol Looking Horse Offers Blessings for World Peace and Prayer Day

Chief Arvol Looking Horse Offers Blessings for World Peace and Prayer Day Chief Arvol Looking Horse is a Lakota spiritual leader. Mitakuye Oyasin (all my relations), On this June 21st, 2015 we as the Spiritual People, from the guidance of Great Spirit, will light our sacred fire of 20 years. My heart is heavy as I

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Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshis fleeing violence in Burma are trapped on boats at sea.

+++  Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshis in the news: Who are the Rohingyas? Rohingyas are a distinct, Muslim ethnic group mainly living in Myanmar, which is also known as Burma Thought to be descended from Muslim traders who settled there more than 1,000 years ago Also live in Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan In Myanmar, they

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The season for Winter Nights ended May 4th. Thanks to all who helped in any way.

The season for Winter Nights ended May 4th.  Fifteen congregations hosted Winter Nights homeless families, each for two weeks with another 20 helping to feed the 18 families, including 35 children.  We are very thankful for the congregations who supported Winter Nights with their social halls, food, volunteers and donations of supplies, gift cards and

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Celebrating the Journey: An Interfaith Celebration of Our Youth

◊◊◊ Interfaith Council’s Spring Youth Concert: “Celebrating the Journey: An Interfaith Celebration of Our Youth” April 26th, 2015 at 3:00 pm Sufism Reoriented Meeting Room 1300 Boulevard Way, Walnut Creek Join the Interfaith community at an event featuring the music and experience of our young people… Hear from our colleague, Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley, as he shares

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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.