The Interfaith Connection is a group composed of people of many faiths who meet regularly in White Plains, Westchester County, New York (and lately, by Zoom). Through dialogue, study groups,
educational programs, musical events and shared holiday celebrations,
we learn about each other’s religious beliefs,
spiritual practices, and cultural traditions.
Participants in the Interfaith Connection are members of the following:
American Muslim Women’s Association
Baha’i Faith Community of Westchester, Connecticut and New York City
Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Congregation Kol Ami
Ethical Culture Society of Westchester
Memorial United Methodist Church
Mt. Hope African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church
Peace Islands Institute New York
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
Scarsdale Friends Meeting (Quakers)
Shinnyo-en Buddhist Temple
Sisters of the Divine Compassion
Upper Westchester Muslim Society
Westchester Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute for Nonviolence
serves as fiscal sponsor of the Interfaith Connection.
For more information, contact the MLK Institute:
The MLK Institute collaborates with the Interfaith Connection on
annual Freedom Concerts and discussion series.
The MLK Institute received the Outstanding Community award from the
American Muslim Women's Association (AMWA) on November 1, 2015.
Read Executive Director's Acceptance Speech