On April 12, 2015, Countryside Community Church voted to accept the invitation made by the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska to take its place as the Christian partner of the Tri-Faith Initiative and on April 7, 2019 Countryside held its first service on the Tri-Faith Commons. Along with the American Muslim Institute (AMI) and Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church works to fulfill the Tri-Faith Initiative’s mission to foster empathy, invite understanding, and advance common action between people of diverse faiths through the shared efforts of intentionally co-located congregations of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faiths.
Through the Tri-Faith Initiative, we offer a wide range of programs and educational opportunities to learn with our faith partners. To get the latest, up-to-date listing of Tri-Faith events you can visit our Countryside Community Church Facebook page, the Tri-Faith Initiative Facebook page, or you can search our latest newsletter under the Tri-Faith section.
Tri-Faith events are open to the whole community and there is no need to belong to any of the faith communities to participate. All are welcome!
To learn more about the Tri-Faith Initiative you can go the their website at trifaith.org.