About Central MA Connections in Faith
We are a network of individuals, places of worship, & community organizations from many Central MA towns. Our purpose is to build bridges & friendships across cultures, based on the core values of respect, curiosity, inclusivity, and open-mindedness. Through our co-founding and annual sponsorship of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Celebration based in Westborough and our other annual gatherings, we are committed to creating spaces that raise up the lived experiences of different religious and cultural groups, including people who are Black and people of Color. Through learning and encountering, Central MA Connections in Faith seeks to provide the foundation upon which a more inclusive and just society can be realized through anti-racist education and action.
You can contact us here or on Facebook with your email address to be added to our mailing list. We maintain a list of those interested in attending our gatherings and a ‘Core Group’ list of those who would like to also receive invitations to join a planning group that comes together approximately 4-5 weeks before one of our events to plan the small group conversation questions and provide table talk facilitation. Our mailing list is only used to share Central MA Connections in Faith programs. Additional programs of interest to those seeking interfaith and community building encounters are shared on our Facebook page only.
Our Strategic Vision and Core Ideology
To build bridges & friendships across cultures.