Monthly Archives: February 2014

2-12-14 meeting minutes

Doc is available here IYCOC Committee meeting 2-2-14 minutes IYCOC Committee meeting, 2/2/14, @ “The Lost Bean” Minutes IYCOC 1st Faith Festival & 10th Annual COC Youth Forum                                                March 22 & 23, 2014 IYCOC Youth Board attendees: Apurva Mody, Cecilia Hurtado, Keemia Kasravi, Keerit Kohli, Pranati Shah, Simran Chadha, Srilekha Gnanashanmugam, & Sameer Khan IYCOC Adult attendees: Jill Weinthal, Lynn Davis, Safura Khan & Mike Penn TIC from Santa Clara overnight home stay? Sameer Khan offered to have teens stay overnight at his house and Mike Penn offered a place for their adult leader, Deacon Steve Herrera. Faith Festival – Friday & Saturday Volunteers for Friday night set-up:  Srilekha, Cecilia, Pranati, & Apurva.  All are welcome to come &...
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Job Well Done ! IYCOC

Give it up for Apurva Mody, Cecilia Hurtado, Dina Simon, Keemia Kasravi, Keerit Kohlia, Maria Hernandez who got out of bed on November 23 to help with making hygiene kits as our contribution to the Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council’s “2013 Hearts & Hands Program.”  A big thank you for Keerit who made all the arrangements and organized the assembly line.  Also a big thank you to  Keemia’s Zoroastrian Youth Group and their Youth Leader, Mandana Pishadadi, who donated a big box of individual hygiene products to add to the materials we purchased.  And lastly a thank you to about six young LDS Elders who also helped out. This was a very diverse interfaith assembly line and as a result of their efforts: 51 family size hygiene...
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2014 – Youth forum

Interfaith Youth Forum All high school age faith groups are invited to come and join with 100 to 150 other high school students from various faith traditions to participate in the Interfaith Council of Central Orange County‘s Annual Interfaith Youth Forum. The purpose of this Interfaith Youth Forum is to bring together young people from diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds, and to engage them in dialogue.  True dialogue is a conversation on a common subject between two or more persons of differing points of view and/or backgrounds.  This dialogue’s purpose is two-fold:  first, for each participant to learn from the other so that he or she can understand and grow; second, for each participating adult to learn from the...
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