Community Interfaith Events


Please support these events sponsored by our friends in the interfaith community!

If your organization has an upcoming event of interest and open to people of all faiths, please send an email with date, times, and a brief description including entrance fee if any, to . We'll be glad to share it here!

18th Annual Filling Empty Bowls Dinner: Tuesday March 31st, 5:00 pm at Temple Bat Yam

An evening dining program inspired by the efforts and hardships of hungry families and individuals in our community. In exchange for a suggested $10 donation,you are served soup in a decorative bowl which you keep. The bowl and soup are symbolic of the food many of us enjoy every day while many of our neighbors and their children go without. Every time you use your bowl, you will be reminded that you made a difference for those individuals in need. Please come spend an evening of sharing with us.

All proceeds go to the WECARE Food Pantry.

Tuesday March 31, 2020

5:00-7:30 pm

Temple Bat Yam

5151 NE 14th Terrace

Fort Lauderdale FL 33334

(One block north of Commercial, behind Flanagan's)

Interfaith Network Gleaning Day: Thursday March 26

Help pick fresh produce to be distributed to families with low income through agencies of the Palm Beach County Food bank. Everyone welcome, including children age 5+, families, clubs, youth groups, faith communities.  Community Service Hours available upon request. 

Thursday March 26, 8:30-11:30 am

Location: a farm in Delray/Boynton along 441.

By signing up you get:

Exact location emailed to you by March 24, regular updates, details on proper clothing, etc.  

Contact Keith Cutshall at

This program is sponsored by CROS Ministries and the Lake Worth Interfaith Network.

All People's Day: Saturday March 21

ALL PEOPLE'S DAY ®  (APD) holiday celebration is a multicultural program that helps children, adults, and seniors see and embrace the beauty of their diversity. As its very name implies, All People's Day® is inclusive of all populations and addresses the multiple issues of differences and similarities among people. Since 1973, people of many walks of life have experienced this inspirational holiday through creative participation in its arts traditions. 


"Discovering Our Connections"

15-Live Diversity Entertainers

50-Issue Based and Interactive Cultural Booths

Health Fair Booths

Arts Activities and Workshop


Merchandise Sales

11am to 3:00pm: Entertainment & Booths

9:30 to 11am: Kids' Craft Dough People Workshop

Saturday, MARCH 21, 2020

1101 NW 2nd ST & NW 10th AVE

Solstice Drum Circle will hold its annual vernal solstice drum circle on the first day of Spring 3/19, 7-11pm at Hugh Taylor State Park, A1A and Sunrise. This is a bring-your-own drum event (or not) celebrated by over 200 enthusiasts of all faiths. There is a $15 fee at the gate. For more information, visit .