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Inland East Bay Vigils in response to the #TurnToLove for New Zealand

Islamic Center of ZahraThursday March 21 at 8:30 pm1059 Serpentine Lane, Pleasanton   (Dr. Ejaz Naqvi’s community) is holding a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of Christchurch this Thursday evening. Everyone is welcome to attend.   Friday, Friday, March 22nd at 1:00 pm Walnut Creek Islamic Center, 2449 Buena Vista Ave., W.C.   Arrive between 12:45 and 1:00 pm. [...]

By | March 18th, 2019|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on Inland East Bay Vigils in response to the #TurnToLove for New Zealand

Showing up in Solidarity with Muslims around the world.

Dear Friends, We as the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County stand in solidarity with our Muslim siblings around the world after the horrendous white nationalist terrorist shooting in New Zealand on Friday afternoon. Please see and share these two statements from our partners at the Interfaith Peace Project, led by Father Thomas Bonacci and [...]

By | March 16th, 2019|I4C Statements|Comments Off on Showing up in Solidarity with Muslims around the world.

ICCCC Winter Interfaith Concert, featuring Daniel Nahmod

ICCCC Winter Interfaith Concert – One Power: A Concert in Celebration of World Interfaith featuring Daniel Nahmod who performed at the Parliament of the World's Religions Celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week (Feb. 1-7th!)  What will you do to celebrate harmony and compassion this year? Sunday, February 10th at 3:00 pmChrist the King Catholic Parish199 Brandon Rd., Pleasant Hill [...]

By | January 17th, 2019|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on ICCCC Winter Interfaith Concert, featuring Daniel Nahmod

#CaringContraCosta Campaign

Please join us in the #CaringContraCosta campaign! The Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County is encouraging our members and congregations to join us in sharing this message with our friends and neighbors. What can you and your congregation or small group do to make Contra Costa County a more caring, kind and compassionate place to live? [...]

By | November 21st, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements, Raise Your Voice|Comments Off on #CaringContraCosta Campaign

Restoring Our Sanctuaries – a Memorial Service in Walnut Creeek

Restoring Our Sanctuaries       There is a troubling trend occurring in our culture that has stopped respecting the sanctuary implicit in religious houses of worship.  On Wednesday of this week in Jeffersontown, Kentucky when a gunman intent on killing people of color found the doors to First Baptist Church locked, he went to a [...]

By | October 28th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on Restoring Our Sanctuaries – a Memorial Service in Walnut Creeek

Introducing the Everyday Peacemaking Program

Everyday Peacemaking Program Following up on The Defusing Hatred Program, the Everyday Peacemaking Program explores practical ideas for staying in conversation with others, conflict management, and how our spiritual practices help us stay calm in tense situations. Then we break into small groups to create a response to a particular, potential situation. The presentation also helps kick [...]

By | September 11th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on Introducing the Everyday Peacemaking Program

The Defusing Hatred Program – Updated Dates

The Defusing Hatred Program Learn nonviolent communication skills in a safe environment and develop tools for responding to uneasy situations and hate speech. Enjoy an informative, visual presentation followed by conversation and hands on experience through role-play. Available at your congregation or small group by signing up a team from the Interfaith Council. Contact Rev. [...]

By | July 4th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements, Raise Your Voice|Comments Off on The Defusing Hatred Program – Updated Dates

I Was a Stranger – a Statement from the ICCCC Governing Board on Protecting Immigrant Families

I WAS A STRANGER      The Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County joins its voice with the many Interfaith communities who stand in opposition to the current Presidential Administration’s immigration and refugee policies.   We are especially horrified by the Attorney General’s decision to implement policies that engage in separating children from their parents.  [...]

By | June 15th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on I Was a Stranger – a Statement from the ICCCC Governing Board on Protecting Immigrant Families

Poor People’s Campaign – East Bay Campaign & Mass Meetings

Download the East County PPC Rally  Flyer Poor People's Campaign – East County Rally  •LEARN from our neighbors affected by unjust policies •GEAR UP for 40 Days of Action •CONNECT with other activists, people of faith, and all those who care about justice •LISTEN to an inspiring speakers from Contra Costa County     The Poor People's [...]

By | June 13th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements|Comments Off on Poor People’s Campaign – East Bay Campaign & Mass Meetings

Jew, Christian, Muslim: ‘See the Beloved everywhere’

Jew, Christian, Muslim: 'See the Beloved everywhere' Jun 26, 2018 by Kathy Coffey (reprinted here with permission – original publication: https://www.ncronline.org/news/spirituality/soul-seeing/jew-christian-muslim-see-beloved-everywhere) (Dreamstime/Vladimir Melnik) Nothing in my uber-Catholic background (weekly Mass and confession, memorizing the Baltimore Catechism, strict nun teachers) could have prepared me to participate in a zikr at which Muslim, Jewish and Christian people chanted the name [...]

By | June 13th, 2018|I4C Announcements, I4C Statements, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Jew, Christian, Muslim: ‘See the Beloved everywhere’