Adults and children of all faiths in Metro Detroit have come together for nearly 20 years with the intent of peace and coexistence at World Sabbath Day, held in a different house of worship each year.
Each year, IFLC honors individuals and faith-based organizations who have exemplified the mission of building bridges of understanding. The evening is a celebration of faith and culture.
Folk Group Amy Saari & Friends warms a cold Detroit Sunday in January 2018 at a concert series jointly sponsored by IFLC and the Detroit Interfaith Outreach Network
Promote Interfaith Education
A cornerstone of IFLC’s programming is Religious Diversity Journeys. A select group of seventh grade Students throughout the Metro Detroit Area serve as their school’s ambassadors and visit houses of worship including Hindu, Christian and Jewish and others as part of their World Religions curriculum. Through RDJ, they meet with clergy and experience the sounds, sample the foods and prayer spaces of the world’s major religions.