Marin Interfaith Council CC

Creating spaces for clergy and civil leaders to discuss societal issues
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"Our purpose is to celebrate faith traditions, advocate for justice, and build our community."
Action Areas
Traditions
Christianity, Baha'i
Sub-Traditions
Nazarene, Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Quaker, Methodist, Mormon, Presbyterian, United Church of Christ, Unitarian, Lutheran
Number of Members
45
Region
Location
San Rafael, CA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Marin Interfaith Council Cooperation Circle (CC) address the social justice issues of poverty and the impact of a lack of healthcare for children. Members hold forums with local clergy and civic leaders for open discussions, and create spaces for faith leaders to gather and engage in a featured topic—to sit, walk, pray, meditate, and be present with a diverse gathering of colleagues. They also conduct day-long retreats four times a year, and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the National Day of Prayer.

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