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Summit Colorado Interfaith Council works with diverse community partners to create dialogue and action to address human needs.


Coverage in the Summit Daily Newspaper

Unsheltered in Summit Looks for a new home for the unhoused in Frisco, August 10, 2022 by Luke Vidic.

Letter to the editor: Recent online vitriol has left me deeply dismayed,  March 22, 2021, by Reverend Frances McWilliams.

Summit County homeless advocates readjust after initial COVID-19 response, September 25, 2020, by Sawyer D/Argonne.

Opinion | Susan Knopf: Nothing says it like food, September 17, 2020, by Susan Knopf. 

Summit Interfaith founder honored with Community Service Award, February 18, 2020, by Sawyer D/Argonne.

Workgroup kicks off overnight parking program discussion for working homeless in Summit CountyFebruary 15, 2020, by Deepan Dutta

Summit Interfaith Council announces new president, January 28, by Sawyer D/Argonne.

Community members, church leaders call on Summit County officials to help address working homeless issues, November 30, 2019, by Sawyer D/Argonne

Summit Interfaith Council works to stuff 400 Thanksgiving To Go holiday meal bags,  November 12, 2019, by Sawyer D'Argonne 

Walking Our Faith: Us against them, May 3, 2019, by Suzanne Anderson,

Summit Interfaith Council hosts pilot People’s Supper event in Frisco, April 25, 2019, by Sawyer D'Argonne,

Summit Daily letters: We must mourn the victims of hatred, April 29, 2019, by SCIC President, Diane Luellen,

Dozens gather in Dillon in show of solidarity with Muslim community a week after Christchurch attacks, Mach 22, 2019, by Sawyer D'Argonne, includes photo slide show of event,

Summit Interfaith Council to host gathering with the Muslim community following Christchurch attacks, March 21, 2019, by Sawyer D'Argonne,

We Mourn with our Muslim Community, Letters to the Editor, March 19, 2019, by Summit County Interfaith Council,

Summit Interfaith Council to host ‘Hate has no home here’ event, November 13, 2018, by Summit Daily staff report,

Sunset gun violence vigil set for Frisco on Friday, December 10, 2015, by Greg Ellison,


Thanksgiving Interfaith Service 17-Nov-19 at the Lord of the Mountains video link.


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