The Interfaith Network of Montgomery County (INMC) is a member-based, public/private partnership created through a collaboration between Interfaith Works and the Montgomery County Faith Community Advisory Council. The INMC will bring hundreds of faith communities together to build a healthy, resilient community where all residents feel respected, valued and supported. INMC will focus on fostering dialogue and providing faith-community solutions to crucial issues, including poverty, health care, xenophobia and bigotry.
Current programming includes:
Volunteering to assist recent refugees, seniors and those challenged by health and hunger issues
Training faith leaders to assist in emergency responses to hate, violence and disasters
Addressing school related issues, including bullying and bigotry
Addressing unique land-use issues affecting faith communities
The Faith Community Advisory Council was created by County Executive Ike Leggett to respond to the needs and concerns of faith communities and work collaboratively with government, non-profits and community organizations to create a just and healthy Montgomery County. Interfaith Works (IW) was founded in 1972 by a group of congregations representing differing faith traditions who were united in their commitment to combat poverty in Montgomery County. That work continues today, with IW helping more than 16,000 Montgomery County residents annually through prevention, stabilization and empowerment programs.
Become of member of the Interfaith Network of Montgomery County.
The Interfaith Network Montgomery County a public-private partnership between the Montgomery County Faith Community Advisory Council (FCAC) and Interfaith Works (IW). Through this partnership, the FCAC and IW will work together to connect hundreds of faith communities to continue to build a healthy, resilient communities where all residents feel safe, respected, valued and supported.
Founding Member $2,500
Community Partner: $1,000
INMC Affiliate: $500
INMC Supporter: $250
INMC Friend: $100
You can contribute online HERE.
If you prefer to contribute by check, please indicate the donation is to the “Interfaith Network of Montgomery County” and mail your membership to:
114 West Montgomery Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850
For questions and concerns, please contact InterfaithNetwork@iworksmc.org
When: Monday, April 9, 6-9pm
Where: Silver Spring Civic Center (1 Veterans Pl., Silver Spring, MD 20910)
This is the formal launch of the Interfaith Network of Montgomery County (INMC)!
The event begins a 6pm with a refreshment, live music and resource fair.
At 7pm, County Executive Isiah Leggett will address the value of INMC in creating a welcoming, resilient and inclusive county.
COUNTY EXECUTIVE ISIAH LEGGETT
MARK HETFIELD, PRESIDENT & CEO of HIAS
CRYSTAL CARR TOWNSEND, PRESIDENT of the HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE FOUNDATION
MCPS ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT DR. JONATHAN BRICE
MCPD ASSISTANT CHIEF CAPTAIN LAURA LANHAM
RESOURCE FAIR PARTICIPANTS
Montgomery County Food Council
Primary Care Coalition
MANNA Food Center
Department of Permitting Services
Fire and Rescue Services
Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Solutions in Hometown Connections
The Asylum Seekers Assistance Project
Lutheran Social Services
International Rescue Committee
Central American Resource Center
Gilchrist Immigrant Resource Center
Dementia Friendly America
Religious Land Use Working Group
Faith Community Working Group
Neighbors in Need Working Group
Muslim Advocacy Group
FCWG Education Committee
Faith Leaders Response Team
Welcoming Our New Neighbors
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The Interfaith Network of Montgomery County (INMC) is a public-private partnership between the Montgomery County Faith Community advisory Council (FCAC) and Interfaith Works (IW). The FCAC was created to respond to the needs and concerns of faith communities, working collaboratively with government, non-profits and community organizations on an interfaith basis. IW was founded in 1972 by a group of faith leaders united in their commitment to combat poverty and homelessness in Montgomery County.