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Organization Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento
History Established in 2011
City Sacramento, California. USA
Values no research info so far
Vision no vision statement info
Mission To promote respect for all faiths and religious human rights for all, to encourage faiths working together for better understanding and acceptance of all faiths and their people.
Goals To encourage a cohesive hand of all faiths in social services, to implement programs for the basic needs in the community, to help protect religious freedom as an element of human rights for all. To improve communication and to perform community service.
Approach Sharing worship experiences, educational forums about different faiths, and breaking bread together are some of the ways that people have discovered the common goal of encountering the Holy in the middle of life. Working together to feed, clothe, and house people; joining together to clean up the community and respond in time of disasters; standing together for love rather than hate, understanding as opposed to discrimination, involvement instead of indifference - these are some of the ways that the Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento has helped people of different religious backgrounds discover the common call of faith to work for justice, mercy, and compassion.
Structure no structure info
Scale Moderate
Scope Local
Activity Faith and Homeless Families program. Loaves and Fishes and the One Day to End Homelessness projects. “Call to Unity” interfaith musical and similar event. International World Peace Rose Garden in Capitol Park. Sponsoring Days of Dialogue region. Work with the county jails. Joining the “Drug Coalition” and the “Take Back Oak Park,” programs. Annual Honors Banquet The Youth Interfaith Sunrise Service
Religion Secular
Words community, rights, justice
Acronym ICGS
Contact 2212 K St Sacramento, CA 95816