Thursday December 12, 2013
The Meeting House was originated with the "Rapid Response Network" by 3 clergy in the community:
After the minister and the rabbi relocated to serve new congregations, Fr. Angelo Arrando brought the program to the ARC Board in 2003, and they unanimously voted to sustain the "Rapid Response Network." For more information select this link to view the Rapid Response Network web page.
A year later, in 2003, the Board voted to pilot a new project, for children: select this link to view the Interfaith Peace Camp page.
Regularly Scheduled Interfaith Opportunities
All Are Welcome!
Interfaith Peace Camp:
Volunteers who help run programs or conduct drives to collect supplies.
View the "ARC-Angel" page.
Forum on Faith:
A weekly column in the Danbury News Times.
View current and past "Forum on Faith" articles.
Select this link and then select either "Open" to view and/or print the registration form or "Save" to save the MicroSoft Word document file to your hard drive.
YOU Are Cordially Invited!
To fellowship & lunch while planning the
21st Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
Whether you're new to the area or established, come have fun with colleagues while collectively deciding on a Community Theme, Procession, Interfaith Liturgy, Music, and other good ideas for the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service (which will be Nov. 25, at the United Jewish Center)
Planning Meetings ~ 60 min each & includes Lunch!
All area clergy & religious leaders -- are Welcome!
We look forward to renewing or beginning new interfaith bridges with YOU!
Sponsor: The Association of Religious Communities ARCFORPEACE.ORG