Members of Indian River Cares that focus are faith-based organizations:
First Baptist Church of Vero Beach
The mission of First Baptist of Vero Beach is the worship of God. In obedience to Him, worship includes reaching out and sharing the good news of Jesus Christ, equipping our members for discipleship, and demonstrating Christ‚Äôs love through ministry and fellowship.
Institute for Spiritual Development Treasure Coast
"ISDTC recognizes that it is your birthright to live in health, happiness and prosperity in a safe and nurturing environment. We believe that each man and woman has a soul's purpose, obligation and personal responsibility to determine his or her own path and truths, and that spiritual unfoldment is progressive and unending. No dogma or belief system is imposed upon anyone. ISDTC is open to people of all faiths and spiritual beliefs. We support inter-faith cooperation and spiritually-based cohesion, working together in our community for greater understanding, tolerance and fellowship."
Interfaith Community of the Treasure Coast
How good and pleasant it is that we can gather for fellowship and dialogue (Based on Psalm 133)
We gather as faith leaders and representatives of faith communities to:
-Learn from each other and study with each other; to build strong relationships and honor our diversity.
-Create ritual moments through collaboration; marking the holy and building connection with our different traditions and cultures.
-Bring shared values of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, justice, compassion, and respect into the wider community through action.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Temple Beth Shalom
Temple Beth Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to Jewish values of study, worship and social responsibility. As a caring community and House of Peace, we strive to meet the spiritual, intellectual, social and cultural needs of each member of our Temple family. Our clergy and members work together to create an atmosphere where we all strive to perpetuate Judaism by engaging in lifelong learning, embracing Israel, performing acts of social justice, cherishing the Torah, and worshipping together. Within our warm and inviting surroundings, we, the community of Temple Beth Shalom, encourage meaningful participation and create a special sense of belonging. We focus not only on what you believe or how you ‚Äúdo‚Äù Judaism but on belonging to a community where you can celebrate your simchas (sweet moments), find support through tzuris (challenges), find holiness in your everyday life and make our world a better place.