To find out about interreligious opportunities in our area, you can go to these calendars:
- SiVIC (Silicon Valley Interreligious Council)
Listings of events and news from the South Bay Area.
- Bay Area Interfaith Connect (Interfaith Council at the Presidio)
Listings of events around the Bay Area, around the country, and around the world.
Is your organization sponsoring an Interfaith event or opportunity in the Bay Area? To have your event listed here, send the information to email@example.com; please include the name, date and time, description, cost (if any) and contact information.
Ongoing opportunities to learn more about other religious traditions from a variety of speakers and activities.
San Jose, Wednesday evenings 7:30- 8:30 pm
Interfaith Devotions and Prayer
Consort with the followers of all religions
in a spirit of friendliness and fellowship.
Bring your earnest prayers, your best-loved devotions, meditations, and scriptures and join us in devotion and prayer for the peace and unity of our families, our communities, our nation, our world. Location: San Jose Bahá’í Center, 945 Willow Street. San Jose CA 95125.
The Dances of Universal Peace meet the First Friday of every Month at 8:00 PM on the Labyrinth under the dome of the First Unitarian Church of San Jose, 130 North Third Street, across from St. James Park. There is free parking on the street and in the parking garage at the corner of St. John Street and Third Street.
ALL ARE WELCOME! Beginners and experienced dancers join the circle together with simple movements and the singing of sacred chants and songs from the many faith traditions of Earth. No experience is necessary - just an open heart and mind.Each dance is taught as we go. Comfortable clothing and footwear are recommended. There is no charge, however, donations are welcome to International Network of the Dances of Universal Peace and the First Unitarian Church.
Matthew Fox has said “The Dances of Universal Peace put into our hearts and bodies the awe of living, the love ot the universe, the experience of community, the delight at the breath we all share, the coming together of cosmos, psyche and deep ecumenism that the human race yearns for today. They provide empowerment to heal and to celebrate, to pray in a curved and cosmological manner, to include body at the center of worship once again.” -Matthew Fox
For more information, contact Patrick Smiley or telephone 408-265-8937 and leave a message with your telephone number.
Walk the Labyrinth
Our Friday labyrinth is the perfect way to begin calming your mind as you greet your well-deserved weekend. If life has you wandering aimlessly in circles, embark on a personal journey that's stood the test of time for thousands of years. Enter the labyrinth and discover that walking in circles can actually put direction back in your life - that the rhythm and simplicity of following a clear path can quiet your mind, help you find balance, facilitate meditation, insight and celebration. Wander aimlessly no more. Come: Walk the labyrinth and discover how truly liberated your mind and spirit can be! All are welcome to enjoy its benefits at no cost. Friday, September 28, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, Memorial Church, Stanford Quadrangle.
Interfaith Events Calendar
Other Interfaith Events in the wider San Francisco Bay Area are regularly listed on the Presidio Interfaith Center Calendar of Events.