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Welcome to The Interfaith Peace Chapel

Birds eye view of Interfaith Peace Chapel

The Interfaith Peace Chapel is a modern masterpiece designed by award-winning and world-renowned architect Philip Johnson. It is a brilliant, inspirational design of "sculpture as architecture." Seating up to 175 people, the chapel provides ideal space for intimate worship services, commitment ceremonies and memorial services.

This sacred space makes a bold and highly visible statement to the world about our commitment to the vision God has placed upon our hearts. We believe wholeheartedly that God will transform millions of lives through this building!

 

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Architecture of Peace

Architecture of Peace

A film by Shawn Northcutt about the architecture Philip Johnson.

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Virtual Tour of IPC

IPC Virtual Tour

The Interfaith Peace Chapel is an amazing place of peace for all people.

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Honorarium & Memorial Gifts

Gift Catalog

You can honor or memorialize a loved one as part of the Interfaith Peace Chapel project.

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Upcoming Events at Interfaith Peace Chapel

Meditation MondaysYou are invited to Mindful Meditation Practice. Learn to be more relaxed, centered, peaceful, and joyful as you deepen your connection with your own spirituality. Join us for guided mindful meditation practice. Facilitated by Alfred Van Gool and Rev. Karla Bass. Read more...




FREE HIV TESTINGThe Interfaith Peace Chapel offers FREE Walk-in HIV testing every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. It's easy, painless and FREE. Knowledge is the key!

Honorarium & Memorial Gifts

Gift Catalog

Click to learn how you can honor or memorialize a loved one as part of the Interfaith Peace Chapel project.

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Who are we?

The Interfaith Peace Chapel makes a bold statement to the world about the value of sacred space committed to peace and interfaith cooperation. The IPC welcomes worshiping congregations of faith, seekers of peace who claim no faith, and stands as a symbol of the common goal. In a culture of war, where power and greed blind many from seeing value in others, we are called to be courageous and sacrificial in our efforts to create and sustain peace. The chapel is our visible proclamation to the world that we must all be committed to peace. It stands as a monument to the cause of peace for all who believe in it, seek it and work for it. In an environment where people are repeatedly excluded from communities of faith, we are called to build a campus where all will see and feel our welcoming spirit.