Programs

Would you like to make your year end donation to the Interfaith Council?  It’s as easy as following this link!  Please support the work of the Council today.

Health and Faith in Action connects with county agencies to promote immunization of impoverished children, with the Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Program to help elders stay in their homes, and with the local chapter of the Alliance for the Mentally Ill.

Social Justice Alliance advocates partnership to focus on issues of racism, welfare reform, immigration, and other areas of need. The Homeless Summit of SoJA operates the Winter Nights Shelter.

Education offers opportunities to explore issues critical to our work and the world and connect us with groups such as the Interfaith Center at the Presidio, the United Religions Initiative, the FAITHS Initiative and the Northern California Inter-religious Conference.

Youth will discover venues in which to bring young people together from a variety of traditions in order to build bridges and strengthen faith and self-esteem.  If you are a High Schooler or Youth Leader that wants to get involved in this ministry, please contact Rev. Will McGarvey soon.

The Juvenile Detention Chaplaincy, under the direction of the Rev. Dr. Charles Tinsley, ministers to young people in the facilities in Martinez and Byron.  If you want to read Dr. Tinsley’s eBook on his ministry, please follow this link!  http://interfaithccc.org/wp-content/uploads/ministry-in-the-trenches-011210-revised2.pdf

The Singing Messengers, under the direction of Ms. Jackie Wan, sends musical teams into nursing homes across the county, with three separate programs each year.

We have many ongoing ICCCC events each month that are highlighted at our Events Page. Please go there to see our latest event.s

What would you like to see?  Contact Rev. Will McGarvey, our Interim ED.

Winter Nights Homeless Summit

Winter Nights Homeless Summit

This month’s Ministering Together newsletter can be downloaded here.

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.

Contribute

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.