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Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council is now a partner with Cook County United Against Hate. Information about this organization can be found at
We are grateful to our clergy for the amazing and meaningful Thanksgiving Celebration last night. Given the situations around the world it was important to pray for peace and stand together on our faith based perspective. The statement shared by our clergy is posted here. Let us celebrate Thanksgiving with gratitude while relentlessly praying for Peace around the world.
Looking forward to this year's Thanksgiving Celebration. Let us meet and pray for Peace.
Your Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council was at the Buffalo Grove National Night Out on August 1, 2023 to collect food for the hungry and to promote peace and kindness. Children were given a chance to color messages of kindness.
Gun violence is too heavily affecting our nation, families and individuals for us to sit idly by. We discussed this matter and took the following action. Here is the letter sent to legislators about NWSIFC stance on passing gun safety laws.
Our 10 member congregation council is active in the communities of Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Long Grove and Prospect Heights. Our annual projects include "i-walk against hunger,"(raising funds for our food pantries); "knock your socks off," (supplying socks for PADS), Stamp out Hunger and the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service.See More Videos
2019 Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council Thanksgiving Service
Due to the continued issues with the Corona virus, many more of our neighbors are in need of food and every day supplies. Please help us support our local food pantries either through monetary donations or purchasing of needed supplies. Click for detailsView Food Bank Donation Locations
The Interfaith Council is a not-for-profit organization with 10 member congregations located in Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Wheeling, Long Grove and Prospect Heights (all in Illinois).
The Interfaith council was founded in 1990 as a direct response to an incident of anti-Semitic graffiti painted on the Northwest Suburban Jewish Community Center. The clergy of the area joined together to condemn the vandalism caused by hate and ignorance.See More