Larchmont-Mamaroneck Interfaith Council is a non-denominational group interested in learning about the religious practices, beliefs and cultures in our world today. The president of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Interfaith Council is Jan Rising.
Six local houses of worship participate on an ad hoc basis. They are:
- Sts. John and Paul Catholic Church on Weaver Street,
- Beth Emeth Synagogue located at the corner of Larchmont Avenue and the Boston Post Road,
- St. Augustine’s Church on Larchmont Avenue
- Larchmont Temple on Larchmont Avenue,
- Larchmont Avenue Presbyterian Church at Forest Park Avenue
- St. John’s Episcopal Church at Fountain Square in Larchmont.
The meetings are open to all and there is no charge to attend.
In June, each year, leaders from the various houses of worship are invited to a luncheon
to discuss topics of interest for them and to hear about similar interests or concerns of
the interfaith group.
Meetings for each year begin in September and the group usually can be found in the
community meeting room of Sts. John and Paul Church on Weaver Street from 9:30 to 11:00
am on the first Thursday of the month. Guest speakers come to discuss ideas and topics
concerning various religious faiths and cultures. Anyone who would like to be notified
of meeting topics in advance can sign on to the council’s address and email list.
Parking is available in the lower playground behind the church, the entrance of which is
on Cooper Lane.