White Pony Express has a new program called the Cold Weather Clothing Project. Tis the season for “All of us taking care of all of us!" Winter is here and it’s the time of year when [...]
ICCCC has an Interfaith Disaster Preparedness Network. For the last few years, our Interfaith Disaster Preparedness Network has been creating educational programs, encouraging our congregations to create Congregational Emergency Plans – and if they have [...]
ICCCC statement on the Tragic Events Unfolding between Israelis and Palestinians. The tragic events unfolding in Israel/Palestine demand the attention of the world community. We must be concerned by the overwhelming force destroying the lives [...]
Count Every Vote gathering this afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30 at the corner of Ygnatio Valley Blvd and Civic Dr. in Walnut Creek.
There will be a Count Every Vote gathering this afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30 at the corner of Ygnatio Valley Blvd and Civic Dr. in Walnut Creek. Wear masks and be ready to distance. Please [...]
Standing in the Pain, a statement from the IPP As we look back over the past several months, we find it necessary to pause and reflect for a few moments. Our Nation continues [...]
The Hiroshima/Nagasaki Accord from the Voices For a World Free of Nuclear Weapons Here's the document from the 4 organizations that sponsor Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons: Charter for Compassion Parliament of [...]
Winter Nights Family Shelter Becomes an Independent nonprofit entity! The Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County (ICCCC) and Winter Nights Family Shelter, Inc. (Winter Nights) are proud to announce that the success and growth of [...]
Learning about Juneteenth! An Interfaith online gathering to explore the history, promise and disappointment of Juneteenth: America’s 2nd Independence Day commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation. Thursday, June 18th at 7:00 pm The recording can be viewed at [...]
The County needs 50 volunteers to help! Hello Community Partners, Covid 19 - Food Delivery Volunteer Opportunity Duties and Schedules: Noon to 2:00 PM - Volunteer will serve as a Loader only Noon to [...]
Black Lives Are Sacred: An Interfaith response to police brutality and economic inequality New Link We had a wonderful online event on Monday night. Thanks for being patient after our technical difficulties. The recording is at [...]
SILENCE IS NOT AN OPTION! We are grieving at the horrible murder of George Floyd on the streets of Minnesota and the outbreak of chaos throughout our country in response to this awful event. [...]
San Francisco Bay Area Religious Leaders Condemn the Killing of George Floyd and Structural Racism As religious leaders of diverse traditions we understand human life to be the greatest and most sacred gift endowed by our [...]
Want to make a difference in an elderly person’s life? For as little as a few hours a week as a Meals on Wheels Diablo Region volunteer driver, Friendly Visitor or Friendly Caller, you can make a profound difference in the life of an isolated senior and your own life as well! Volunteer drivers deliver hot nutritious meals to the “hidden hungry” – vulnerable seniors who can’t get to a supermarket or are too frail to cook. As a Friendly Visitor or Friendly Caller you’ll provide a welcome phone call or a weekly visit to the growing number of seniors who are isolated and alone. If you’re interested in these volunteer opportunities or others at MOW Diablo Region and want to make a difference in an elderly person’s life, contact Lee Davenport at 925-954-8736 or email@example.com.