InterFaith brings communities of faith and spirit to serve people who are hungry and homeless and to express shared values through action and interfaith dialogue and addresses the systemic issues of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, and hunger.
Sherman is one of its 40-member faith communities working together to serve and advocate for our hungry and homeless neighbors. Cheryl Kendrick represents Sherman as a delegate and Mildred Carter is a member of the board of directors.
Sherman members regularly provide meals at one of Interfaith Action’s soup kitchens, volunteer at the produce mobile and at the winter emergency overnight shelter. Several Sherman members have been honored as vision keepers at the Annual Vision Keepers dinner.