Interfaith Center at the Presidio:
Unleashing the Power of Interreligious Cooperation
ICP welcomes, serves, and celebrates the diverse spiritual wisdom and faith traditions of the Bay Area and is networked with interfaith groups locally and globally. The Center’s core activities...
- Developing local and global connections, and
- Creating interfaith learning environments and resources.
The Interfaith Center at the Presidio links the power of interreligious cooperation by welcoming, serving, and celebrating the diverse wisdom and faith traditions of the Bay Area.
We look back over the past year and remember events at the Presidio Chapel, collaborations with other organizations, and outreach into the wider world. See details here.
|See photos from the Peace In the Park event in September!|
|Camilla Smith and Linda Crawford at the ICP booth|
ICP is proud to be a partner of the URI Talking Back To Hate program.
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to challenge hatred and bigotry.
Weddings and special events at the Presidio Chapel are now managed by the Presidio Trust. Renovation of the historic chapel is now complete. To schedule a visit, please contact the Presidio Trust at (415) 561-5444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- ICP Accomplishments for 2014
- URI Global Council welcoming ceremony in ICP chapel
- Bay Area Interfaith Connect Newsletter
Monthly news and listings of interfaith opportunities
- Girl Scouts hold interfaith ceremony in ICP chapel
- Ritualizing Returning Home:
some suggestions for welcoming veterans back home from the workshop
"Beyond Memorial Day"
- Hope Can Win Over Hate Speech
Share your stories with us!
- Mormon Helping Hands workday photos
- VIDEO: Interfaith Prayer Service for SF Mayor Lee
A Gem In The Forest: Presidio Chapel Houses Faith, Art And History
Interfaith Prayer Service for Inauguration of SF Mayor Lee
On January 7, 2012, ICP and the San Francisco Interfaith Council hosted an Interfaith Prayer Service for San Francisco Mayor Lee on the Eve of his Inauguration at the Presidio Chapel. Here are some excerpts from the service.
Watch the video.
Lynne Twist's extensive work as a worldwide fundraiser offers unique perspectives on the purpose of money and its use in the community. When infused with expressions of our heart and soul, our money and its use can become a truly meaningful part of our lives and communities. Lynne & Charles discuss the intersection of money and spirit as a rich and fertile place, suggesting new ways for giving and receiving money in the social-profit arena.
Watch the video.
Ambassador Swanee Hunt with Belva Davis
Swanee Hunt, former U.S. Ambassador to Austria and Author of Worlds Apart: Bosnian Lessons for Global Security was joined in conversation with Belva Davis, Host of KQED's This Week in Northern California in the Presidio Chapel on July 6, 2011.
Watch the video.
Abrahamic Showcase: Building a Common Future
Len and Libby Traubman’s peacebuilding work began small, in living rooms. It has gone global, addresses all ages, and focuses on teaching the rights, responsibilities, and skills of dialogue that makes adifference in our lives. Natural networkers, they stay busy creating new resources and noticing the best resources others produce. In Building a Common Future, Len and Libby talk about their work and what it takes to become engaged peacemakers.
Watch the interview with Len and Libby Traubman.
Dr. Krasny, host of KQED's Forum and professor at San Francisco State University, spoke with the Rev. Canon Gibbs of the United Religions Initiative about his new book Spiritual Envy and his search for a God he can believe in.
Upcoming Interfaith Center programs in this month’s
Bay Area Interfaith Connect.