Please join us for our second annual Interfaith Day where you can meet and talk with members of many of the faith traditions in our diverse Bay Area. Check out the press release and be sure to come on by and bring the whole family for a stimulating day of dialogue.
Please join us in reading Twelve Steps To A Compassionate Life this month.
We would like to make this book recommendation thing a monthly occurrence so if you have any ideas for what book we should read next just drop us a note in the comment section.
We, the members of the Tri-City Interfaith Council, express our horror at the senseless killings at the office of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, France, on January 7, 2015. We stand in solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters locally and across the globe who repudiate these acts. We strongly reject the notion that these actions were taken by anyone following the true intention of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) or the faith tradition of Islam. We believe that as we share our stories with each other, we grow in our ability to see our similarities more than our differences. In that light, we extend a welcome to all in the community to join our second annual Interfaith Harmony Day, which will be held in Fremont at the Veterans Hall in Niles (37154 2nd St) on Saturday, February 7, 1-4 PM. Peace and blessings to all. Je Suis Charlie.
This morning, at an either very early, or very late, depending on your take, we had a wonderful peace prayer service. We added our voices and prayers for peace to people from around the world.
Check out some pictures from the event.
In 2010 the United Nations established “Word Interfaith Harmony Week as a way to promote harmony between all peoples regardless of their faith”. In that spirit we have organized a meetup where we can all talk about and share our faith traditions in the spirit of openness.
More information is on our flyer – World Interfaith Harmony Day
Welcome to the new home of the Tri-City Interfaith Council. It’s our hope that in going to a new software system that we can get more of our members involved in keeping you up to date with the goings on of the Tri-City Interfaith Council.
We always want to hear your feedback. Let us know what you like and don’t like. And of course, you are always welcome at our meetings and events.