We are a community of diverse spiritual traditions and congregations from across the San Ramon Valley who are committed to learning, sharing, listening, and acting together
A Place of Mysticism
Artist: Bess Meek

Join us for our
Thanksgiving Celebration
Sunday, November 19th, 4:00 PM
at St. Timothy’s in Danville

EarthFest logo: Artistic rendering of people dancing around the Earth
April 21st 12:30 – 4:30 PM
At Peace Lutheran Church, Danville

Our second annual Earth Day Festival is bringing together the local interfaith community along with partners of civic, school, and community organizations with a common purpose: channel our collective energies to more responsibly steward our sacred planet.

The entire family will enjoy fun and learning opportunities throughout the afternoon of ritual, art, music, speakers, booths, activities, and ceremony. We will spotlight our eco success stories, draw hope from one another, and inspire ongoing local commitment to action.

We are inviting community organizations who want to be partners for the event to connect with us! There are multiple options for organizations to participate in the event.

Are you passionate about caring for the Earth as an expression of your spiritual tradition? If so and you want to volunteer for the event, please email us at I.SRV.Events@gmail.com.

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    Sacred Texts from EarthFest

    “We Choose Love” March

    I-SRV publicly advocates for Members of our Valley Community who are attacked for their beliefs or identities

    I-SRV publicly advocates for Members of our Valley Community who are attacked for their beliefs or identities.

    In February 2022, three hundred people along with Danville town officials marched through town and gathered to protest anti-semitic flyers posted on the Iron Horse Trail. Our march made clear the values of I-SRV and the Town of Danville are mutually aligned.

    Dignity and diversity matter for All!

    Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration

    Our Interfaith Thanksgiving Worship Celebration is our longest standing tradition! It’s an occasion of gratitude through the music, prayers, poetry, and dance of all of our traditions, which creates an evening of joy and thankfulness for life, the Sacred, each other, and the Land.

    A View of Mount Diablo
    Photo by Rev. Steve Harms
    We acknowledge and honor the Bay Miwok, Ohlone, Northern Valley Yokut Tribes,
    and all of the Indigenous people of the lands where we reside, recreate, work, and worship.
    All are invited to join in.
    How would you to connect with us?
    Thank you to The  Reutlinger Community's support in sharing the featured artwork on our homepage.  We appreciate and honor the creativity shared by Bess Meek, may her memory be a blessing.