Interfaith Community Dialogues &
Co-sponsored by AVDA, HCDVCC, & Daya
An Evening of Remembrance,
Caring and Hope
The Interfaith Advisory Council’s workshop on domestic violence
followed by its annual vigil in memory of domestic violence victims.
Interfaith Community Dialogues on Domestic Violence Intervention, followed by An Evening of Remembrance, Caring and Hope
Monday, October 7, 2019
Crime Stoppers of Houston, 3001 Main Street
The Interfaith Advisory Council, a group of Houston-area faith leaders and domestic violence agencies, seeks to build awareness about the predominance of family violence in all communities, comfort families who have lost loved ones to domestic violence, hold abusers accountable, and support survivors in beginning new lives.
Join us on Monday, October 7, 2019, for a workshop on faith community leaders as first responders to family violence and how they can connect with domestic violence service providers in transforming lives. This interactive seminar will be followed by a multi-faith vigil in reverent memory of domestic violence victims and in celebration of survivors. Faith leaders from many of Houston’s major religions will take part by reading the names of those who have lost their lives to domestic violence this year.
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1001 Texas Ave., Suite 600 Houston, TX 77002
F: 713-715-6935 | 713-715-6945
1001 Texas Ave., Suite 600 Houston, TX 77002 P: 713-224-9911 F: 713-715-6935 | 713-715-6945