Save the Date!

Interfaith Service Festival - Sunday August 4, 2024 - New Haven Green

"We are all in this together."

Now more than ever is a time for reflection and connection. Our interfaith service projects provide a meaningful way of getting to know your neighbors while helping those in need.  Join us on Sunday, August 4th for the Interfaith Service Festival!  Arrive anytime, 9:00 to 4:00 pm, or spend the entire day listening, learning, and lifting up by volunteering in service to others. Updates are ongoing and finer details will be rolled out soon.

Our 2024 Interfaith Service Festival Partners ...with more to follow soon!

  • Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel New Haven
  • Congregation B'nai Jacob Woodbridge
  • Elm Community Insight New Haven
  • First Presbyterian Church New Haven
  • First United Church of Christ Milford
  • Jerusalem Peacebuilders
  • Mary Taylor Memorial United Methodist Church
  • Muhammad Islamic Center of Greater Hartford
  • New Haven Friends Meeting 
  • New Haven Zen Center
  • Regional Baha'i Council of the Northeastern States
  • Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church Madison
  • St. John XXIII Catholic Community West Haven
  • Saint Peter's Episcopal Church Milford
  • Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church Wilton
  • Shalom United Church of Christ New Haven
  • Temple Beth David Cheshire
  • Trinity Episcopal Church Southport
  • Trinity on the Green New Haven
  • Woodmont UCC Milford
  • United Church on the Green New Haven

WATCH THIS SPOT for the day's schedule of volunteer service projects, dialogue, and learning opportunities!  

Clean our Beaches
with Save the Sound
Support the Unhoused 
with the Beth-El Center and Columbus House
Cemetery Restoration
with Hebrew Burial and Free Loan Association New Haven
Affordable Housing Construction
with Habitat for Humanity GNH
*preregistration required
Feeding the Hungry 
with Chapel on the Green
Prisoner Advocacy
with Stop Solitary CT
Transform guns into
garden tools & jewelry
with Swords to Plowshares Northeast
*All Day, Anytime
Hand paint a 48 ft long
mural with a message
with I Wage Peace
All Day, Anytime
Guided tours of The Crypt -
burial ground of early settlers beneath the meetinghouse
with Center Church on the Green
Visit & learn:
a transitional housing
micro- community
with Rosette Neighborhood Village
A collection of
Painting for Peace billboard murals 
with IWagePeace
*All Day, Anytime

Remember Our Slogans:

We are all in this together
We do not need to agree on everything to work together for justice and peace.
We will not let the perfect become the enemy of the good.
Humor doth the heart like good medicine

Why Interfaith Service?
Interfaith service addresses one of the greatest challenges facing our communities: Diversity. Who are these Jews, these Christians, these Muslims, these aliens in our midst from other lands and religions? Well, let’s get to know them. Because we are in fact “All In This Together”, we must actively seek ways of working and being together, building the bridges necessary for a diverse and wonderful community. God did not make us a single people of one language, one skin color, one size, one religion. God made us diverse. And because we are diverse, interesting, complex and wonderful, we at times get confused and offend one another. We need time together to learn and grow as a community that enjoys and respects the differences among our peoples.

Interfaith Service

Painting for Peace
& the Billboard Campaigns

Documentary Film:
"The Billboard from Bethlehem"

for Peace Tours


IWagePeace is a Connecticut 501(c)(3) not for profit that inspires and educates Americans about peacemaking through creative interfaith gatherings, community service projects, public displays of art, and more.  Our work is made possible by your spiritual and physical presence.  We hope you'll join us.

Thank you for being part of the IWagePeace community.

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