Save the date of
7:30pm, Friday September 20, 2019
“May We Forever Stand”:
Massachusetts Commemorates 400 Years of Black Resiliency
At the Framingham Community Church. Learn more…….
New England Sri Lankans and Christians gathered for an Interfaith Vigil
Responding to terror in Sri Lanka and the killing of 320 people, the Sri Lanka Association of New England and the Massachusetts Council of Churches gathered for #RememberingSriLanka: An Interfaith Vigil in Boston
Thursday April 25, 2019, on Boston Common. MORE ABOUT THIS EVENT…
“Weep with those who weep:” The Massachusetts Council of Churches
grieves attack on New Zealand Muslims. Read more…
Faith Leaders and Scientists Make Joint Appeal for Climate Action
“As a community of faith leaders, we have worked together to alleviate poverty, fight racial and social injustice, and defend human life. All of these are negatively impacted by climate change.” Read more.
National Council of Churches Urges Prayers for Peace,
Pleads for Calm, Civility, and Healing
We ask all candidates for political office to act with restraint, to forego insults, to remove attack ads, and to express respect for their opponents. We ask those currently holding political office to work in a bipartisan manner to seek solutions to our nation’s problems. We commit ourselves as followers of Christ to work with our interreligious partners to deepen understanding, to seek peace, and to do our part to help our nation move past the current crisis.
• Big news for part-time pastors: a $70million grant. Read more…
• Check out the newly updated A Baby Center website
• Independence House's International Festival
As one of the local agencies providing human services, the Council participated in Independence House's International Festival on the Hyannis Green. The Festival placed an emphasis on embracing the cultural community right here on Cape Cod. Pictured are: Tom Ryan (Chair of the Council's Ad Hoc Committee on Migration and Refugees), Elizabeth Okegbare from A Baby Center, along with her granddaughter, Kaori Croom, and Edye Nesmith, Executive Director of the Council of Churches.