All events listed below will happen virtually.

Washington Revels Day of Service
Sunday, May 3, 12:15-1pm
Join us as we sing a song together during Sunday’s Daily Antidote of Song and then all are welcome to stay on or join us virtually to craft and connect with friends and the greater community, while helping to achieve our goal of providing 1500+ “Thank You” cards to health care workers at Howard University Hospital. We will make cards together while visiting virtually, and there will be some additional live music to enjoy while you write cards!

Beloved Community Interfaith Network (BCIN) Poetry/Passage Reading Roundtable. 
Saturday, May 2, 1pm to 4pm
Suported by a Day of Unity Seed Grant
We invite participants to bring a poem or passage to read aloud, and time permitting, we will read them all and offer reflections on it.  In spirit of the Day of Unity, please pick a writing that reflects on any of the themes of faith, interfaith, human rights, or social justice. To register, please email:


No Hate in the DMV: Breaking Down Harmful Stereotypes
Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington
Sunday, May 3 2-3:30pm
Join us for a conversation with community and faith leaders on commonly used stereotypes against faith communities and how you can speak out.
Register here to participate
Mental Health and Faith during a Pandemic (closed session)
Suported by a Day of Unity Seed Grant
May 3rd from 2:30-4:00 p.m 
Healing with Rumi
Rumi Forum
Sunday, May 3, 2020, 5-6pm 
Rumi; the great jurist, mystic, poet, and scholar was a pioneer of reconciliation and healing during the time he lived, and continues to inspire hearts and minds to this day. Please join us for a stimulating journey into Rumi’s universe with three renowned speakers. This webinar is a great opportunity for those interested in religion, mysticism, and poetry to rediscover the healing potential of Rumi’s great example in challenging times. Register here.
Spirit Experience: Honoring Our Interconnectedness & Interdependence
Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, Bethesda MD
Sunday, May 3, 2020, 5 PM (eastern)
Join us for a multifaith, multicultural Spirit Experience of exploration and witness in song and word to remember, in the words of Dr. King, how we are “caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.”  We come together with gratitude for the gift of Life as we live into a new way of breath and being in hopefulness and action that unites us across our differences.  We come together to remind ourselves and each other that we are in this together, and that we are held by a courageous Love that will not let us go, let us down, or let us off the hook.  Together, we script a new storyline of how we move forward in oneness and hope.
Fasting in Various Religious Traditions
Masjid Mohammad, The Nation’s Mosque
Sunday, May 3, 6:30pm
Click here to register.
Building Resilience
Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington
Sunday, May 3rd, 4-5:30 pm
“In this time of crisis, what my faith has to do with building resilience”.  This online dialogue is the first in a 3-part series addressing faith during this time of crisis. The program will feature a multi-faith panel followed by small group dialogues. For more information and to register, click here.
Young Adult Interfaith “Paint & Sip”
Sunday, May 3rd from 7:30-8:45
Grab art supplies, a drink of choice, and come create with us via Zoom! Link is coming.
“Solitary in the Time of Pandemic: Maryland’s Impact on the Incarcerated.” 
Interfaith Action for Human Rights
Thursday, May 7 at 10 a.m.
Join IAHR for a webinar on COVID-19’s impact on Maryland’s incarcerated community. Our presenters will be touch on subjects ranging from the “situation in Maryland prisons” to “disability rights” to “a first-hand account of solitary confinement”. Register here.
Support Immigrants
The Interfaith Service Initiative, Project Rozana- Greater Washington Chapter, JAMAAT, MOHANJI Foundation, and World Consciousness Alliance
Sunday, May 10th
Join us in delivering food or gift cards  to immigrants in need. Click here to find out more. If you’re interested in participating, contact  Denise Woods (Sanctuary-DMV) [email protected], Walter Ruby,  or Andra Baylus [email protected].
Welcome to My Table: Virtual Interfaith Iftar (Closed Event)
Shoulder to Shoulder
May, 2020
Households across the DMV are participating in Shoulder to Shoulder’s virtual interfaith Iftar initiative.