About the Interfaith Committee
For more than 25 years, we have worked with congregations of various faith traditions. Because each of the major religions is organized around common values of love, kindness, justice, and service, partnering with Habitat for Humanity is an ideal way to put faith into action. While we are proud of what we have accomplished together, there is more work to be done. So, in an effort to strengthen our current partnerships and create new relationships, we have formed the Interfaith Committee. Members of the Committee help spread word about our work, recruit volunteers, assist in fundraising campaigns, and advocate for affordable housing initiatives. Any person of faith is invited to join and lend a hand as we pursue our mission.
Interfaith Committee's Mission
Bring together members of various faith traditions, share common values, and put faith into action by supporting Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing initiatives.
Interfaith Committee's Vision
An active group of individuals from various faith backgrounds working toward a community where everyone has a decent place to live.
Looking for a way to put your faith into action?
Passionate about helping your community? Join us!
The Interfaith Committee is hosting a meeting to discuss affordable housing in our service area. Executive Director of the Johnson County Affordable Housing Coalition, Sara Barron, will be one of the speakers. Come learn about the importance of affordable housing, issues specific to our communities, background and goals of our Interfaith Committee, and how you can join with Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity to work toward viable solutions.
What: Exploratory Meeting
Who: Individuals of all faith backgrounds are invited!
Where: MidWestOne Bank 500 S. Clinton Street 6th Floor Penthouse
When: 7:00-8:30pm on November 7
Why: Share information on need and benefits of affordable housing, and invite you to join our work!