• Cabinet Issues Statement

    The Cabinet has offered the following statement today, August 12, 2014. The Cabinet of Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis offers our compassion, prayers and support for the family of Michael Brown and the city of Ferguson, Missouri. We must examine the tragic events taking place in the St. Louis …

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  • Annual Interfaith Dinner & Celebration

    Our planning committee is hard at work arranging the details for the 2014 Annual Interfaith Dinner and Celebration. We hope you’ll mark your calendars for October 30, 2014, and plan to join us for this exciting annual event. We’ll keep you updated as we plan. Graphics used permission of Freepik.com.

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  • Holocaust Museum & Learning Center Special Event

    On Sunday, June 8th, Interfaith Partnership co-sponsored a guided tour and special presentation at the St. Louis Holocaust Museum & Learning Center. Dr. Dave Oughton, board member for both the museum and IP, led the tour, which culminated with a special presentation by Holocaust survivor Mendel Rosenberg. Over 50 members …

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  • The Compassionate St. Louis Initiative Welcomes Compassionate Louisville

      On Wednesday, May 21st, members and friends of Compassionate St. Louis welcomed leaders from Compassionate Louisville for an evening of inspiration and exploration. At the Missouri History Museum, a diverse audience met for “What’s next for Compassionate St. Louis? An Interactive Response.” The evening began with a presentation of …

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  • Cabinet Issues Statement of Sympathy, Compassion for Kansas City

    The Cabinet has issued the statement below in response to the tragic events that unfolded yesterday at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City in Overland Park, Kansas To the editors: We, the Cabinet of Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis, extend our compassion and prayerful support for the …

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  • Cabinet Issues Statement Opposing “Right to Work”

    STATEMENT OPPOSING RIGHT TO WORK LEGISLATION From: Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis The Cabinet of Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis is opposed to all proposed “Right to Work/Freedom to Work” legislation or call for referendum being considered by the Missouri Legislature. Working for economic justice is an integral …

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