South Bay Interfaith
Who We Are
South Bay Interfaith was 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.
In March of 2011, South Bay Interfaith was reorganized into the Silicon Valley Interreligious Council. For current information and events, see the SiVIC website at www.sivicouncil.org.
For lists of participants in South Bay Interfaith events, see the participant and sponsor lists for previous events:
- Circle of Hands: People of Faith Respond in Solidarity (2010)
- New Beginnings (2009)
- Keep the Diversity; Seek the Harmony (2007)
- Breaking Bread Together (2006)
- Fasting & Feasting (2005)