South Bay Interfaith
For current listings of Interfaith events
After several years of informal cooperation, in early 2010 the religious communities of the South Bay began shaping a more formal network, the Silicon Valley Interreligious Council (SiVIC), which was inaugurated in March of 2011. For current information and updates, see www.sivicouncil.org.
AN INTERFAITH ASSOCIATION IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY
This site is an archive of activities of South Bay Interfaith, an informal association of leaders of religious communities, religiously-based community organizations, and educational institutions that worked together from 2005 to 2010. We joined together to promote interreligious harmony in the South San Francisco Bay Area through personal relationships, educational opportunities, and community gatherings.
Our work included people from Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, and Wiccan traditions, both clergy and lay leaders. You can find pictures and other information from SouthBay Interfaith events on this site. For current information and activities, see the SiVIC website at www.sivicouncil.org.
At the end of Ramadan and on the eve of 9/11, members of the diverse religious congregations of Silicon Valley gathered together Friday afternoon to "A Circle of Hands," a time to dedicate themselves once again to the work of building a community of peace, justice and cooperation.