Founded in 2012, the Peninsula Multifaith Coalition (located on the mid peninsula of the San Francisco bay area) is a group of faith congregations and organizations working together on projects to improve our community. This volunteer led coalition holds or supports several events each year, such as the Peninsula Multifaith Day of Service on MLK Jr. Day, Interfaith Prayers for Peace in the summer, and the annual Peninsula Freedom Seder, held in the spring.
Our Mission: The Peninsula Multifaith Coalition brings together our diverse faith communities to build bridges of understanding and respect. We stand together with humility to acknowledge our common values, learn from one another and serve our wider world.
Our members include
over 25 congregations, representing all major
Many events and activities are organized throughout the year to educate and improve our local communities together.
We share information about our religions and backgrounds to promote mutual understanding
PMC BOOK GROUP
Tuesday, May 11 at 7 pm
We will be reading and discussing “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” by Robin DiAngelo. Click here for the flyer.
Saturday, May 22 at 11 am
We will assemble bag lunches for distribution to homeless folks as part of the San Francisco Night Ministers Open Cathedral. Click here for the flyer.
PMC RELIGIOUS RESPONSE TO
Tuesday, May 25 at 7 pm
The Peninsula Multifaith Coalition Anti-Racism Committee in conjunction with the PMC Education Committee, invite you to join us for a powerful deep dive into Anti-Asian Racism in the Bay Area and what we can do to respond and prevent it in our future.
Click here for the flyer and registration link (pdf format).
Click here for the flyer (jpeg format).
Our Compassionate Support: The Peninsula Multifaith Coalition stands in compassionate support of our neighbors and friends who might be experiencing a heightened sense of uncertainty in these challenging times. We are Buddhists, Christians, Jews, Muslims and Hindus with varying political perspectives who know that what we have in common is infinitely more important than what separates us. We have a special concern for those who are fleeing physical violence, war and religious persecution and urge all people and governments to cooperate fully in seeking the best solutions to meet human needs and relieve suffering. Many of our members will be working to ensure the safety of our neighbors. To learn more or to become involved, contact us.
We hope you will join us for an upcoming community event.
Your generosity makes our work possible, and donations are tax-deductible.
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