Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County CC

Cooperative understanding as a tool for furthering justice, peace, and healing together
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"Our purpose is to seek a deeper understanding and nourishment of the value of human life, especially as fed by our diverse spiritual foundations."
Traditions
Unitarian Universalist, Buddhism, Baha'i, Judaism, Christianity, Sikhism, Islam
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist, Sikh
Number of Members
105
Region
Location
Walnut Creek, CA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County CC believes their openness and commitment to human dignity will lead to cooperation, reconciliation and transformation. Members gather congregations and individuals, lift up minority religious voices, advocate for communities of faith and the poor, publish a newsletter, sponsor juvenile detention and nursing home ministries, oversee health and social justice arms, lead public commemorative and educational events, encourage regional common good will, and interface with public officials.

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