San Diego Regional Interfaith Collaborativesupporting the multi-religious network for communication, compassion and service
Welcome to SDRIC!
We are a community of communities who believe that sharing, learning and serving together benefits everyone. We therefore invite you to not only explore the opportunities to learn about other traditions, but to join in the conversation, make a few friends and work together to make the greater San Diego region a better place.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to know about upcoming opportunities to join the conversation.
Anyone who desires to benefit San Diego. There is no formal membership. This is a neutral, non-political, non-discriminatory collaborative of communities, agencies and individuals. People of every religious tradition as well as those who do not identify with any tradition are welcome to participate.
Groups, organizations and individuals can help defray the costs of this nonprofit site. Please vist the Donate tab.
focus on Faith
focus on Faith is our List Serv. It is published at least once a month.
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See Programs and Services under the Home/About tab for a sample issue.
SDRIC Now Hiring!
Part-Time, Paid, Independent Contractor Positions
January 11, 2018
The San Diego Regional Interfaith Collaborative is a small nonprofit organization that mainly holds 2 yearly gatherings of interfaith leaders in the San Diego region and publishes a monthly newsletter.
The following positions are open:
- Event Coordinator. Estimated time and payment: 10-15 hours per event, $375 per event.
- Newsletter/Social Media. Estimated time and payment: 88 hours per year, $1500 per year.
- Website and List Management. Estimated time and payment: 54 hours per year, $1000 per year.
- Estimated time and payment: 1 hour per month, $20 per month.
Except for the Event Coordinator, all can be done at any time of the day, any day of the week.
Estimated times and payments are illustrative, subject to change, and will be finalized in a negotiated contract. For additional information, please email John at email@example.com
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Please ‘like’ our Facebook page and follow the page: Link to SDRIC Facebook Page
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Doing either one or both will generate notifications to your Facebook page and/or your Twitter account when we add a new event.
Or, subscribe to the website (see upper right corner on any page) and we’ll send you an email notification.
Our newsletter has a summary listing of events, but events may be received and occur before the next newsletter issue. To avoid missing events in which you may be interested, you’ll need to follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Subscribe to the website.
You also can always visit the website to view the summary listing under the Events Calendar tab, and click on an event title for the details.
Next SDRIC Gathering of Religious Leaders
February 26, 2019 – is the next SDRIC gathering of religious leaders:
Challenges and Opportunities for Law Enforcement in Building Community Relations
This event seeks to deepen the understanding of faith leaders about the perspectives of law enforcement regarding the state of police-community relations and to share information about initiatives that are being implemented to successfully strengthen those relationships.
Keynote: Walt Vasquez, Chief of Police, City of La Mesa
Resource: Daniel Orth, Building Trust Partnership, University of San Diego
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 10:45 am to 1 pm
Good Sam Episcopal Church, San Diego
4321 Eastgate Mall, San Diego CA 92121
By Reservation Only
$10 Prepaid, Lunch Included
Please register early to reserve a seat
and help us arrange lunch
To register and pre-pay, click HERE
or mail a check, made out to the
San Diego Regional Interfaith Collaborative,
to 1080 Park Blvd Unit 1607, San Diego CA, 92101
Share Your Event on the SDRIC Website
Send us details about the upcoming event of your house of worship or religious group, and we’ll post to our website list of events, which also goes to Twitter, and to our Facebook page.
Be sure to include these details, preferably in this order:
*Any RSVP needed, deadline and any fee involved
*Date, beginning and ending times, location
*Where to get more information
Please send as text in a Word file or in the body of the email. Do not include flyers or pictures. PDFs are OK only if we can copy text from them. (Not all PDFs are created in a way that allows this).
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org