Welcome to The Interfaith Peace Project
Our world has become a global village. No longer do we need to go to "exotic" lands to encounter the splendor of the Faith Traditions of humankind. Our cities, villages, neighborhoods are now populated with the peoples of the World. This rich and emerging diversity of experiences, ideas, and people creates a fertile opportunity for conversation, understanding, cooperation, and peace-making.
Our mission is to provide home and local based education programs to persons and groups interested in developing or enhancing their appreciation of the faith traditions of the world.
We design introductory programs to help participants cope with inherited stereotypes, innocent misunderstandings, embarrassing questions or general knowledge of the many faith traditions of humankind.
We will provide contact information for those who would like to meet people from the various faith traditions and perhaps visit their places of worship.
The Interfaith Peace ProjectOur programs and services are offered free
of charge. Free-will donations contribute
greatly to our Interfaith work and outreach.
The Interfaith Peace Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
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The Interfaith Peace Project goes to the California State Senate Posted May 16, 2015 By admin@interfaith
The Interfaith Peace Project goes to the California State Senate Senator Mark Leno, Rev. Andrea Goodman, President Pro Tem Kevin de León Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson
Time: 9:30 am
Time: 7:30 pm
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Location: Walnut Creek