Council members and friends make themselves available to groups and institutions for prayers and presentations. Please review and click to learn more.
The Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council offers "Spiritual Friends" to assist hospice chaplains in their care. We realize there are times when patients may request a visit from their faith community and Hospice Chaplains may not know where to turn for that assistance.more
The GKCIC sponsors two book clubs: The Sacred Texts book club and the Interfaith 101 book club. For specific information on scheduling and selections, see information on each book club. To sign up, contact Pam Peck or Larry Guillot (contact info. above) or call The GKCIC at 913-548-2973.
Please visit our Library for our latest Interfaith News. Interfaith News is a quarterly publication of the Council which includes announcements of upcoming events as well as stories and photos of recent interfaith events in the Greater Kansas City area.
The Interfaith Youth Alliance (IYA) is a collaborative program with various individuals who are interested in involving the youth of Kansas City in an interfaith movement. The Council have been working to form an Interfaith Youth Alliance with the goal of bringing together youth from various faiths to educate about faith diversity within Kansas City communities.
The Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council's Speakers Bureau is dedicated to building relationships within our multi-cultural and diverse spiritual community as part of the mission of growing a sustainable, pervasive culture of knowledge, respect, appreciation and trust for all people, and all cultural, religious and spiritual traditions.
An annual program and fundraiser for GKCIC, the luncheon focuses on a theme relating to interfaith issues. Two awards are presented: The Steve Jeffers Interfaith Leadership Award to an individual who exhibits interfaith values in the community and the Table of Faiths Award, to an organization that exhibits interfaith values in the community.
Vital Conversations are intentional gatherings of people to engage in dialog that will add value to the participants and to the world. In Vital Conversations we become co-creators of a better community. The Vital Conversations Book Club meets each month and welcomes all people to attend our conversations and celebrate the rich pluralism of the greater Kansas City area.
Midsummer’s Light offers a variety of programs and is co-sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council and the Kansas City Public Library System, with cooperative support by Cultural Crossroads.
Visit our Events page for the latest programs or click below for more information.
This unique program arranges for small diverse groups to meet in private homes and engage in open discussion about how multicultural and interfaith issues affect our daily lives in a global society. Participants bring “potluck” snacks to share, enhancing the informal atmosphere of a private home and the comfortable feeling of friends getting together...