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.
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. An Evening of Remembrance, Caring and Hope is an annual event during Domestic Abuse Awareness Month in memory of victims.
Members of the Interfaith Advisory Council also offer workshops for faith leaders to prepare them as first responders to family violence within their congregations. Please call 713.715.6940 for more information.
Please check back for 2021 Interfaith Advisory Council events.
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