The Southern California Nevada Conference has established partnerships with
several ecumenical organizations and organizations representing other faiths:
The California Council of Churches serves as a prophetic witness to the
Gospel by educating faith communities to pursue justice, equity, and fairness
in the treatment of all people, in particular those most vulnerable in society.
The Council represents 20 Protestant and Orthodox denominations and over
1.5 million church members throughout California. The Council lifts up issues
of concern to California's faith community such as hunger, homelessness,
health care, child care, violence, civil rights, economic and environmental
justice, and religious liberty.
The South Coast Ecumenical Council (SCEC), founded in 1953, is an association
of over 140 member congregations and related ministries in the South Bay-Harbor
area of Los Angeles and West Orange counties, encompassing some 35 cities
and approximately 1.8 million people.
The Southern California Ecumenical Council is a regional body representing
churches, denominations, related ministries and other ecclesiastical communities
who cooperate to promote responsible and creative expressions of our Christian
unity and witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through ecumenical networks
and Interreligious partnerships the Southern California Ecumenical Council
works to foster religious understanding, to advocate for social justice
and to advance the well-being of all people.
Ecumenical Council San Diego County
The Ecumenical Council of San Diego County is an association of Christian congregations established, maintained and conducted to assist, extend, coordinate and unite the work of churches and social agencies in the service of God and community through dialogue, prayer, service, study and worship.
Jewish Federation Board of Rabbis of Southern California
The Board of Rabbis of Southern California brings together more than 250
rabbis representing the Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist and Reform
streams of Jewish life. The Board promotes and enriches Jewish learning
and living by sponsoring programs of professional growth and development,
Talmud Torah (learning), tikkum olam (social justice), healing and spirituality,
interfaith relations and chaplaincy visits to health care and penal institutions.
Islamic Center of Southern
The Islamic Center of Southern California is an independent organization.
Its function is to practice and propagate Islam in the United States of
America by providing religious, educational and recreational facilities
for members of the public at large. The emergence of an American Muslim
identity is its prime goal.