We at Quad Cities Interfaith are so grateful to our community. Our work in social justice is successful and made possible through partnerships and meaningful relationships with individuals and community organizations.
We wish you peace, joy and justice--now and throughout the coming year.
Read our newsletter to find out how you can get involved in QCI's work of "Creating a More Just Society."
If you would like more information or would like to get more involved, call 563-322-4910 or email email@example.com.
Quad Cities Interfaith would like you to consider making an end-of-year donation to our organization. QCI strives to create a more just society in many ways--including congregational and community engagement and recruitment around social justice issues, Some of the issues we have focused on in the last year include immigration rights, voter engagement, mass incarceration and restorative justice, and breaking the school-to-prison pipeline. We also partner with many social justice groups on other issues.
All donations made to Quad Cities Interfaith are tax-deductible. All donations postmarked by December 31 can be deducted for 2018 tax purposes.
Quad Cities Interfaith
601 Brady St., Suite 208
Davenport, IA 52803
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St. Paul Lutheran Church will offer its Blue Christmas worship
Friday, Dec. 21,
2136 Brady St., Davenport.
This service of hope is designed for anyone in the community who may not feel like celebrating. During the holidays, grief, illness, aging, depression, loneliness, unemployment, and loss can be magnified.
The Blue Christmas service acknowledges pain and longing, while offering hope and comfort for the broken-hearted. In the gathering darkness of December, anticipate the light of the world.