The Pikes Peak Inter-religious Clergy Alliance has selected Citizens Project to receive the collection at its annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service this Sunday. Please join us!
What: The 3rd Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, hosted by the Pikes Peak Inter-religious Clergy Alliance, a collaboration of Rabbis, Ministers and Clergy from dozens of faith traditions.
Who: Everyone in the community, regardless of faith, is invited to attend and bring their families. If you can, please bring a holiday treat to share!
When: Sunday, November 22rd, at 4pm
Where: All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, located at 730 North Tejon St. in Colorado Springs.
About the Service: Clergy from nearly a dozen faith organizations will gather to speak from their respective holy texts, share food and fellowship, and create an opportunity for deeper understanding between the faiths. Faith traditions that have participated in the past include Catholic, Jewish, Buddhist, Islam, Unity, Disciples of Christ, Baha’i, Pagan, United Church of Christ, Unitarian Universalist, and Methodist. Additional faith traditions may be added this year.
Colorado Springs’ beloved folk musician, Joe Uvegas, who is widely known in our community and around the country, will provide the music for the event, and an offering will be collected for Citizens Project, to support our work defending and promoting equality, religious freedom, and respect for diversity in our local community.This is a rare and special happening, especially in Colorado Springs, where religious boundaries are seldom crossed. Participating Ministers and Clergy members believe this event is a unifying opportunity for a city in which religion has often been a source of separation. For more information, call 719-332-9788.