IFLC Events will still go on, virtually

As we all adjust to this critical time of physical isolation, IFLC is working to continue to bring to you engaging dialogue, conversations and events that educate, inspire, and, now, more importantly than ever, keep us connected.
All events will be held virtually until further notice. For more Information, check out our events section in the lower right section of our webpage.

End of Life Issues in the Age of Coronavirus: A Clergical Perspective

Learn perspectives on death and dying and mourning traditions in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. The zoom conference was co-sponsored by the IFLC as well as the Detroit AJC/Jewish Community Relations Council

RDJ Students continue their journey wtih Zoom
Ways to Volunteer in Michigan During COVID-19

We are especially calling on health care professionals who can volunteer their expertise.

You can make a difference to fight and slow the spread of COVID-19 … to deliver life-saving care to someone suffering and in pain … to deliver hope to the person who feels alone.

All Michiganders can volunteer their compassion and commitment to fighting this virus, and saving health and lives. Your time, talent and donations will have an impact now.

Visit often; additional opportunities will continue to be added as needs are identified.

If You Live in Detroit and Need your water Turned On, call this Hotline

IFLC believes that access to clean water is a human right.

Now, more than ever, clean running water can save lives.

Call Wayne Metro at 313-386-9727 to get the water turned on.

Michigan Muslims Respond to Statewide Shutdown

Michigan Muslims are providing grocery delivery services to seniors and others and are seeking volunteers and donations.

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit COVID-19 Resources

The Jewish Federation is working to take care of those in need in our community during this challenging time, and to provide safe avenues for connection and interaction. This is our mission, in both good and difficult circumstances.

Religious Diversity Journeys Program Expands Reach

Religious Diversity Journeys has expanded into Macomb and Wayne counties, adding several new schools to this popular immersive interfaith education program. Read about its impact in The Macomb Daily.

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The Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit is a civic organization of lay and clerical people whose shared highest and best values compel us to work towards a thriving community.

Programs

We so miss gathering in person at our informal adult education opportunities.  But IFLC continues to be here for you as an educational and community outreach resource. Please refer to the information in the top banner above for details on upcoming online and virtual programs. 

Events

The InterFaith Leadership Council offers frequent educational programs and special events, usually at area houses of worship. But we will continue to have programs on a virtual basis, usually over Zoom.  The public is invited and most activities are free. Browse our Calendar of Events to find an event that interests you.

Get Involved

The InterFaith Leadership Council welcomes participation in our educational programs and special interfaith celebrations, as well as on some of our committees. Our enewsletter will keep you informed and sign-up is free.

Religious Diversity Journeys

More than 800 7th graders from 50 tri-county area schools are participating in the 2019-20 Religious Diversity Journeys. Students visit houses of worship where they learn about five of metro Detroit’s religions, share some of their traditions, and make new friends.

Our Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time