Greater Huntington Beach
DIGNITY RESPECT KINDNESS
What is Interfaith?
It is a group of faith leaders coming together to understand and respect one another. We strive to celebrate diversity while promoting and respecting each faith.
Council meets monthly on the last Tuesday at 8:30 am
HB Civic Center rm B-8
The Interfaith Council was pleased to support
Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council Statement on the Israel - Gaza war.
The Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council grieves for the devastating loss of life in the Middle East. We strongly condemn the Hamas attack on Israelis as an act of terror to target innocent people, young and old. As the ensuing violence continues, we affirm that all human life is equally precious and mourn the loss of innocent lives of Israelis and Palestinians in Israel and Gaza.
We are intensely saddened for the victims of this conflict and the loathsome atrocities. We invite people of faith to join in prayer for an immediate end to the violence. We express sorrow and solidarity with communities of all faiths, ethnicities, and nationalities currently experiencing pain. We are deeply concerned about the impact of this violence on Jewish, Muslim, and Arab-American communities across the United States.
The Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council is committed to working together with all groups in fighting against discrimination and hate. As people of faith in God, we call upon all to show kindness and respect in resolving conflicts.
Go to for information about 2024 Service Day.
Memories of Community Service Day - April 22, 2023
Over 1000 volunteers served at 26 different projects.
The beautiful day began with a rally at Huntington Beach Bandstand behind the library. Breakfast and tote bags for all.
Projects went from 9:00 - 12:00 noon. Volunteers from all different communities worked together to care for our incredible planet and close neighbors.
More photos to come!
Council Meetings are on the LAST Tuesday of every month.
Meet and greet at 8:15 am.
The council meeting starts at 8:30 am.
Huntington Beach City Hall, Basement Room B8.
These meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to come and get involved.
Noted speakers are invited to give special presentations at the beginning of each meeting.
Mailing address: 7641 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Jynene Johnson is grateful to be a part of the interfaith council. She is a leader in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She works with her husband in property management and as an Israeli tour director. Jynene is a former professional dancer and choreographer. She is the mother of 6 children and 18 grandchildren. Currently, her passion is serving in the community bringing people together from all faiths.