Interfaith Community Sanctuary

Welcome to Interfaith Community Sanctuary!

10:00am Sunday January 22

InterSpiritual Worship with Rev. Karen Lindquist

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Igniting the fire to stand up for human rights and become more involved in community.

Working with the Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism as presented by Thich Nhat Hanh for his Order of Interbeing, we shall train ourselves to look at everything with openness — being committed to learning and practicing being open to others’ experiences and insights in order to benefit from the shared collective wisdom emerging in our time. We also look to the Women's March Global Mission for Equality -- a worldwide vision focused upon women’s rights,  equality, diversity, and inclusion, with priorities on Health, Economic Security, Representation, and Safety for all.

Rev. Karen Lindquist is co-founder and co-minister of Interfaith Community Sanctuary.

As part of our 2017 spiritual discernment, Guidelines for Engaged Buddhism, we explore Openness and Non-Attachment to Views during the month of January. Read more here.


Upcoming Special Events

Feb 11, 7:00 PM
An evening of Interfaith Kirtan, Call and Response Chanting, Healing Songs, and Mystical Poetry with Suniai and Friends at Interfaith Community Sanctuary.

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Jamal Rahman's book "Sacred Laughter of the Sufis..." was chosen
by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat of Spirituality & Practice 
as one of the Best Spiritual Books of 2014

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Jamal Rahman's book
"Spiritual Gems of Islam..."
has been selected as one of
The Best Spiritual Books of 2013
by Spirituality & Practice
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See Publisher's Weekly Review and Author Profile.


Capital Fundraising Campaign

In March 2012 the Interfaith Community Sanctuary initiated a Capital Fundraising Campaign to cover current and anticipated major expenses to maintain our historic building…our unique sacred space.  To cover current and anticipated expenditures plus provide a reasonable reserve fund for unexpected emergencies.

In 2014 we were blessed with a grant that allowed us to replace the roof but the exterior of our historic building still needs repainting. Our almost 100 year old water line and the gutters and downspouts are also in need of replacement. In addition, we would like to provide a means of access for the disabled.  All of these projects are expensive but necessary to maintain the integrity of our facility.

We are asking each and every friend and member of ICS to think hard about what this community means to you and to contribute something extra to support the Capital Fundraising Campaign.   All donations to ICS are completely tax deductible.  Any donation to the Capital Fundraising Campaign should be marked “Capital Fundraising Campaign” or ICS/CFC.  Donations can be made by Credit Card or PayPal by clicking on the "Donate" button to the right or by mailing a check directly to the church at the address below.  Thank you for your continued support!  Click HERE for more information on our Capital needs and Fundraising Campaign.


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