All programs are open to all leaders of faith communities.
The Faith Community Working Group invites you to join our third annual Multicultural Dialogue Series. Participants will engage in anti-bias exercises with a trained facilitator. Potluck begins at 6:30 PM. $5 donation for materials & use of the space would be appreciated at the door.
The exercises in this series of dialogues develop from first to third. We encourage you to attend this dialogue and consider attending the second and third dialogue.
All attendees MUST REGISTER
NO CHILD CARE PROVIDED
The Faith Community Advisory Council Presents:
Religious Land Use: Empowering Houses of Worship
A community based information sharing and discussion forum. Come to learn about the process and flow for applying for a building permit in Montgomery County, Maryland, and your rights under the law. Come at 6:30 PM for a tour of the center and to learn about Zoroastrianism!
County Rules & Regulations
Religious Land Use Rights under Federal Law
Consideration Buying Land & New Construction/Renovation
IN COOPERATION WITH
Department of Permitting Services
Department of Environmental Protection
Montgomery County Community Use of Public Facilities
Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
More to be announced!
All attendees MUST REGISTER for a FREE TICKET
THE FAITH COMMUNITY WORKING GROUP
INVITES MONTGOMERY COUNTY RESIDENTS OF ALL FAITH TRADITIONS AND ETHNIC
BACKGROUNDS TO THE THIRD ANNUAL MULTICULTURAL DIALOGUE: “EXPLORING RACISM & BIAS, MEETING THE DIVINE IN THE OTHER”
Each dialogue will begin with reflections on our sacred texts, our common humanity, and through
small group exercises, learn to see the divine in each other.
Attend one or all three. Register for EACH dialogue at least a week prior to the date of the
The Neighbors in Need Working Group in collaboration with the Montgomery County Food Council presents a Hunger Forum to inform and engage faith communities in effectively caring for the hungry.Special presentations by County Executive Ike Leggett and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) will premiere the Mapping of Faith Communities in Montgomery County.