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Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs

Representing Philadelphia’s diverse faith communities in local government.

Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs

What we do

Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs (FBIA) ensures that Philadelphia’s diverse faith communities have a seat at the table and are represented in the administration’s decision-making process. This collaborative work is key to addressing issues that affect our communities and to strengthening the connection between residents of all backgrounds and the government.

FBIA is part of the larger Office of Public Engagement.

Connect

Email FaithPHL@phila.gov

Join our distribution list

Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs wants to hear from you. Complete the form to be added to the faith community distribution list.

Events

  • Apr
    19
    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm

    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia

    April 19, 2021
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm, 30 mins
    For those who findgrounding and hope in faith and spirituality, this unprecedented moment inhistory is an invitation to be encouraged through prayer and meditation.

    Join the Office of Public Engagement's Director of Faith-Based & InterfaithAffairs, Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart, on Facebook Live on the first andthird Monday of each month a for Prayer Pause for Philadelphia.

    Give the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement (@EngagingPHL) a like on Facebookto receive a notification about the live stream. A leader from one of our manyfaith communities will join Rev. Naomi and guide us through a short prayer forhealth, peace, and wisdom during this destabilizing season.  
  • May
    3
    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm

    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia

    May 3, 2021
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm, 30 mins
    For those who findgrounding and hope in faith and spirituality, this unprecedented moment inhistory is an invitation to be encouraged through prayer and meditation.

    Join the Office of Public Engagement's Director of Faith-Based & InterfaithAffairs, Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart, on Facebook Live on the first andthird Monday of each month a for Prayer Pause for Philadelphia.

    Give the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement (@EngagingPHL) a like on Facebookto receive a notification about the live stream. A leader from one of our manyfaith communities will join Rev. Naomi and guide us through a short prayer forhealth, peace, and wisdom during this destabilizing season.  
  • May
    17
    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm

    Prayer Pause for Philadelphia

    May 17, 2021
    5:30 pm to 6:00 pm, 30 mins
    For those who findgrounding and hope in faith and spirituality, this unprecedented moment inhistory is an invitation to be encouraged through prayer and meditation.

    Join the Office of Public Engagement's Director of Faith-Based & InterfaithAffairs, Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart, on Facebook Live on the first andthird Monday of each month a for Prayer Pause for Philadelphia.

    Give the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement (@EngagingPHL) a like on Facebookto receive a notification about the live stream. A leader from one of our manyfaith communities will join Rev. Naomi and guide us through a short prayer forhealth, peace, and wisdom during this destabilizing season.  

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