Dialogue

Interfaith Clergy and Community Statement

Whether we live, work and/or worship in Evanston, we are inextricably bound to one another and the common ideals upon which our diverse faith traditions are founded. We understand that many in our midst have experienced those common ideals being placed at risk over the last 18 months and in the days following the 2016…

Building Bridges of Respect and Compassion

Interfaith Action of Evanston is committed to creating and offering opportunities for interfaith dialogue. We continue to learn from each other by exploring the varied traditions and beliefs that make up the diverse community in which we live and serve. By creating safe spaces for peaceful non-confrontational dialogue, Interfaith Action of Evanston brings people together…

2016 Vision Keepers Dinner

February 2016 IAE’s annual fund raising dinner celebrates leaders who exemplify their organization’s ministries and mission.  Join the IAE Board in honoring individuals from our member organizations who exemplify the IAE vision of to address the systemic issues of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, and hunger; bring people together to build relationships and encourage understanding across faith boundaries; and…

Honoring Evanston’s Vision Keepers

Each year, we honor members of our faith communities who exemplify our common desire to create a world that works for all at the annual Vision Keepers Dinner. Always a sell-out, this inspring annual banquet recognizes Evanston’s most dedicated and effective leaders, while raising fund to further our programs.

Small Groups

Ongoing groups offer participants the opportunity to cultivate deeper relationships with others who share their passion for interfaith understanding. Currently, one group meets monthly (usually Monday evenings) at the Christian Science Reading Room on Central St. For meeting times and topics, email Marcia Rosen Kemp at mrosenkemp@yahoo.com. In addition, an Interfaith Knitting group, now in its 3rd year and…