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Our Mission

  • Plan and produce consistent monthly interfaith prayer and reflection services that respect everyone’s chosen faith tradition or spiritual path while avoiding proselytizing, politics, and the social and personal agendas of either the coordinator or the presenter;
  • outreach and network resources in a cooperative team planning manner with communities and organizations of faith, as well as the civic and educational organizations which support diversity of faith traditions;
  • provide assistance, when and where possible, to faith communities and organizations throughout the world that want to initiate consistent interfaith services in their own localities by offering dialogue, inspiration, practical principles, and encouraging support, with respect to the degree assistance is wanted or needed.

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Next Service

The next service will be April 11, 2015.


"Planting the Harvest"


Join us as we listen to presenters share on cultivating the seeds of Spirit through sacred word and song. As we prepare our gardens for a season of growth we are given the opportunity to reflect on what seeds do we want to nurture in our heart.


Main Sanctuary, 1166 Oak Street, Eugene, Oregon
(this is the First Christian Church building)

6:45 p.m. prelude
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. service
Followed by fellowship
Bring your family and friends!
FREE CHILDCARE is now available at all services!

Services are on the 11th of each month.

Previous Service

Here is the video and program from the service on March 11, 2015:

Download the program (PDF)

Latest News

Reflection and Renewal

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

  After sifting through YouTube videos late last night, I was pleasantly uplifted in finding this. Last year Guru Amar, a University of Oregon journalism student did a feature story on the Interfaith Prayer Services and created this beautiful video. As we move forward into a rainy weekend, the IPSI Board of Directors will be gathering for our Fall quarterly retreat. During this time we will share in a warm potluck meal and reflect on our “Visions for the Future”, a list we compiled last year of our short and long term goals. Where are we now? Where would we like to go? (See below from...

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IPSI DVD is here!

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

IPSI DVD is here!

Have you wanted to share the experience of an Interfaith Prayer Service with someone?  Now you can! Our board members Hafiz, and Sherab along with videographer Larry Doberstein have worked hard over the past year, compiling a collection of memorable presentations from the last 13 years of Interfaith Prayer Services. You can purchase this DVD at our next service and is now available online for $20.00 (plus $3 for shipping). All proceeds go towards future IPSI services and treasured moments of unity, love, respect and peace. Order now! Your Name (required) Your Email (required) Shipping...

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Remembering – Register Guard

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in News | 0 comments

September 11th, 2014 Out of tragedy springs a welcoming interfaith tradition Welcome to Interfaith Prayer Service International and its monthly prayer service, which today — exactly 13 years after hijacked jetliners slammed into the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and a field in rural Pennsylvania — is still going at First Christian Church....

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Soup, Salad and a side of Serenity; My Interfaith Experience

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Soup, Salad and a side of Serenity; My Interfaith Experience

By Emily Farthing What Is Interfaith? This was one of the questions being asked of myself and the other young adult panelists, at this year’s North American Interfaith Network’s conference in Detroit. I’ve had the opportunity to attend this conference the past two years as a representative of The Interfaith Prayer Service International.  As I rolled this question around in my head and heart and listened to other young adults share, I realized my experience of Interfaith was “soupy”. The Soup/ Salad metaphor is often used when describing interfaith engagement. “Soup”, referring to the melting...

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