Interfaith Action Community

Interfaith Action CommunityLess

Interfaith Action Community

The Interfaith Action Community is a group of congregations and faith communities (among them are Beth Israel, St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Islamic Society of Chester County, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, St. Elizabeth Roman Catholic Church, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Downingtown Friends Meeting, the Lionville YMCA, Bahá'í Faith, etc.) coming together to educate each other on our faith traditions, learn about our similarities, celebrate the differences, and to cooperate on religious action project such as on homelessness in our community, alleviating hunger, etc.Less

The Interfaith Action Community is a group of congregations and faith communities (among them are Beth Israel, St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Islamic Society of Chester County, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, St. Elizabeth Roman Catholic Church, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, Downingtown Friends Meeting, the Lionville YMCA, Bahá'í Faith, etc.) coming together to educate each other on our faith traditions, learn about our similarities, celebrate the differences, and to cooperate on religious action project such as on homelessness in our community, alleviating hunger, etc.

Our Mission StatementLessLess

Our Mission StatementLess

The mission of the Interfaith Action Community is to provide for ourselves and the faith communities and traditions to which we belong (or with which we identify) opportunities to 

      - CELEBRATE our traditions' similarities and differences

      - FEEL a sense of unity among our faith communities

      - GROW personal friendships with each other

We do this through actions of education, shared prayer and joint service.

Inspired by our individual faith traditions and beliefs, we do these things for the betterment of ourselves and each other, our communities and society.
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The mission of the Interfaith Action Community is to provide for ourselves and the faith communities and traditions to which we belong (or with which we identify) opportunities to 

      - CELEBRATE our traditions' similarities and differences

      - FEEL a sense of unity among our faith communities

      - GROW personal friendships with each other

We do this through actions of education, shared prayer and joint service.

Inspired by our individual faith traditions and beliefs, we do these things for the betterment of ourselves and each other, our communities and society.

Our Next Event - Sacred Text SeriesLessLess

Our Next Event - Sacred Text SeriesLess

The next in our Discussion series on Sacred Text: "QUAKERS and SACRED TEXT"
When: Thurs. April 11, 2019
Where: Downingtown Friends Meeting
             800 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, PA
RSVP: by April 8th to DFMInterfaith@gmail.com

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The next in our Discussion series on Sacred Text: "QUAKERS and SACRED TEXT"
When: Thurs. April 11, 2019
Where: Downingtown Friends Meeting
             800 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, PA
RSVP: by April 8th to DFMInterfaith@gmail.com

May 4 - Day of Service/Day of HopeLessLess

May 4 - Day of Service/Day of HopeLess

Signups are now open for the Day of Hope, May 4, 12:00 to 4:00PM. A day of service. Come and join us, make a difference in our community and work side-by-side with people of faith from different backgrounds. Click here for the event flyer.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for May 4 Day of Hope, Interfaith Day of Service. Email iacofncc@gmail.com for any questions. 
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Signups are now open for the Day of Hope, May 4, 12:00 to 4:00PM. A day of service. Come and join us, make a difference in our community and work side-by-side with people of faith from different backgrounds. Click here for the event flyer.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for May 4 Day of Hope, Interfaith Day of Service. Email iacofncc@gmail.com for any questions. 

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