The Racine Interfaith Coalition is a non-profit organization.
Our members belong to a variety of churches and different religions.
RIC is represented by Catholics, Baptists, Lutherans, Muslims, Unitarian Universalists, Jews and Methodists.
All faiths are welcome and respected.
The Beloved Community:
All people share in the wealth of the earth
People see each other as sisters and brothers
Disputes are resolved peacefully in which adversaries are reconciled
People are willing to sacrifice for the good of others
A just society: human rights are upheld; people live in respectful relationships with each other and the earth
A compassionate society: a community of people acting with and for those who suffer
All of these contribute to a healthy community.
RIC is a group of diverse faith communities working together to address the root causes of social injustice and poverty in the Racine community.
RIC does this through community organizing, education and the application of our common faith values to the structures, systems and laws of our society.
The Racine Interfaith Coalition is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations allow us to continue our work in the Racine community and are greatly appreciated. Become a sustaining member for as little as a few dollars a month or make a annual donation. Learn more by visiting our Get Involved page or by clicking the donate button on the left. Thank you!
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UPDATE as of 8/05/2019
Ricardo Fierro has been deported to Mexico.
He fought a long battle since July 24th of last year to try to find a way to stay here with his beautiful family.
I personally, (Linda Boyle)and all of us at Racine Interfaith are grateful for the care and support shown by so many for him and his family.
Please pray for his safety and pray for the family to find comfort in their strong faith in God!
Message from Betty Rendon:
We are happy to report that we have heard from Betty Rendon upon her arrival to Columbia. She has left a message for all of her supporters and would like us to share this with all of you.
"Greetings in the name of crucified and resurrected Jesus Christ. Thank you for all of your support, you are a blessing of God for my family and me. I love all of you."
Cards and letters may be sent to the RIC office at 2302 DeKoven Ave. 53403 and to Emaus Church at 1925 Summit Avenue 53404.
Financial donations may also be sent to the Emaus Church.
PLEASE JOIN THE CONVERSATION!!!!
After hearing all of our speakers last night at the Rally for Peace we have decided to open up a Facebook dialogue group (Racine Interfaith Coalition Dialogue for Peace) for the people of the community to join and share their plans and ideas on how we can can make this community a united community. We encourage all of the Racine community to join in and voice your opinions