The Schenectady Community Ministries (SiCM) is an ecumenical partnership, founded in 1967, of over 50 faith groups with a shared vision of social service and social justice. Individual programs operate at differing locations and times.
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SiCM's Interfaith-Based Collaborative
SiCM is an Interfaith Collaborative
In a unanimous vote at our January 2020 Assembly meeting, SiCM made the decision to expand into an organization of many faiths. Many of you were part of the conversations we had prior to the decision, and we are reaching out now to invite you to officially join us, as member organizations, by sending delegates to Assembly meetings, and joining committees and boards. Join the conversation to promote faith-inspired collaborative service to bridge divides and ensure a strong and unified community!
If your organization would like to join us going forward, please send a letter or e-mail to that effect to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do the symbols mean?
Starting at the top is the Om representing Hinduism, the Shinto Torii, Star of David, Yin and Yang, Ahimsa Hand representing Jainism, baha’i 9 pointed star, the Wheel of Dharma, Star and Crescent, and finally Christian Cross. Within the circle is the flaming chalice to represent Unitarian Universalist Society and the Sikh symbol.
U.S HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
NEW YORK STATE SENATE
NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
NEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT
MAYOR OF SCHENECTADY
Gary R. McCarthy (D)
105 Jay Street, Room 111
Schenectady, NY 12305