Gay Pride ParadeWe connect with a variety of groups and ministries to serve our wider Fresno area and beyond.

Interfaith Scholar Weekend, bringing renown scholars from diverse religious traditions to Fresno for a weekend of lectures and events on topics of interest to interfaith audiences.

Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries, FIRM works with refugees and immigrants to help them build a better life and build communities of hope in the Central Valley.

Fresno Metro Ministry, an ecumenical and interfaith nonprofit organization that works on community problem-solving, advocacy and community organizing.

Community Food Bank, dedicated to ending hunger in the and providing food to more than 180 agencies in the Central Valley.

Faith in the Valley, where congregations, organizations and grassroots leaders work together to identify and solve the problems that impact their families most.

Break the Barriers, a pioneering nonprofit devoted to inclusive programs in athletics, performing arts, aquatics and health and fitness.

National Association on Mental Illness, NAMI, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Gay Pride Parade with other faith communities in conjunction with Community.

Interfaith Alliance Thanksgiving Service, a celebration of all types of faith communities represented.

CROP Hunger Walk for Fresno area interfaith Church World Service, raising funds to feed the hungry locally and globally.

Habitat for Humanity at local and international level to help provide housing for families with need.

Other Supported Ministries:

  • Family Partners
  • Marjaree Mason
  • Poverello House
  • All About Care
  • Stone Soup
  • Twilight Haven
  • Tubman University
  • Dakota Eco Garden