The Abilene Interfaith Council is a non-profit organization of Individuals and congregations from the Abilene area dedicated to promoting communication, understanding, and peace among people of different faiths who live together in our community.
Abilene Interfaith Council Meetings.
Meetings are from September through May (except for December). Meeting places and subject matter varies, so check the Calendar for the schedule.
We gather once a month, September through May, breaking bread together, sharing our spiritual stories, and sponsoring programs and public forums for the education of ourselves and others.
Our meetings are free and open to the public. If you are interested in becoming a member or would simply like to visit, we encourage you to attend.
2016 National Day of Prayer video
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May 4, 2017
March 2, 2018
"Living in the Other Closet"
Discussion of his life as an atheist in a Protestant nation
Friday, 12 Noon, ACU Duncum Center, SE corner Judge Ely and NE 16th
April 10, 2018
"Covering the Religion Beat"
Former Abilene Reporter News religion editor describes her time at the paper and her new website, "Spirit of Abilene"
Tuesday, 12 Noon
Church of the Heavenly Rest, Parish Hall, So 6th at Meander
May 3, 2018
National Day of Prayer Interfaith Observance
"World Religions and World Peace
Prayers for peace let by participants form Multiple Faith Traditions in our Community.
Thursday 12 noon
Center for Contemporary Arts,
220 Cypress St.