Unity in Diversity
The Interfaith Opportunities Network (ION) is a lay-led interfaith network based in Hampshire County, Western Massachusetts, seeking to strengthen bonds of mutual respect and understanding. We desire to learn from others’ faith traditions, rejoice in the many things we have in common, and appreciate our differences. We respond as inspired by our shared concern for peace, justice and the earth.
The Interfaith Opportunities Network (ION) is made up of 21 different faith congregations and campus ministries. We include Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Quaker, and Unitarian communities.
Other information on this site…
Why interfaith? — read statements by representatives of different congregations as to why
ION Groups — Information on the congregations and campus ministries affiliated with ION
Shared Concerns — these reflect the shared values of many of our congregations
Resources — for interfaith work
Projects & Events
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Past Projects & Events
Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change
3–5pm (Eastern Time), Sunday, January 30th Co-sponsored by Interfaith Council of Franklin County and Karuna Center for PeacebuildingAll donations...
The Faith Roots of Reparative Justice
An Interfaith Gathering. was held on Sunday, May 16, 2021 via Zoom. This offered a vibrant opportunity for faith communities to come together from Hampshire & Franklin Counties.
Looking Deeply at Thanksgiving
:This year's National Day of Mourning will broadcast live beginning at noon on Nov. 25, 2021 with a combination of live-streaming from Plymouth MA...
400 Years: Truth & Healing for the Next Seven Generations
An interfaith / inter-community project of listening, connecting, and acting for justice during this 400th year since the 1620 landing of English...