Our Mission and Vision

"IIPC’s Mission is to Facilitate Coexistence globally by promoting and rewarding collaborative work in the preservation and promotion of life, based on compassion. We aim to encourage and assist people of all orientations to become true vicegerents of God on earth. The vision of IIPC is Compassionate Coexistence. Our dream is to see a world where living together in harmony among people of all orientation, and between them and their natural environment, is the rule rather than the exception."

Recent Event
Spreading the Peace


6:30 pm, October 22, 2015
First Baptist Chuch
600 Watkins Park Dr, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774

To sign up for the event use the following link

Featured Projects
Peacebuilding in Central African Republic

League of Compassion
  • Dr. Karen Armstrong

    Karen Armstrong is the founder of the Charter of Compassion, a renowned scholar of world religions and best-selling author

  • Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah

    A prominent scholar of Islamic Jurisprudence, Shaykh Bin Bayyah has served as a judge and has held numerous positions in which he has distinguished himself in leadership among Muslim scholars and jurists and has served in addressing international issues of our times.

  • Rabbi Robert Nosanchuck

    Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk is Senior Rabbi of Anshe Chesed Fairmont Temple and is committed to service in Jewish and interfaith communities.

  • Bishop John Bryson Chane

    Right Reverend Bishop John Bryson Chane, 8th Episcopal Bishop of DC, Interfaith Advisor at the Washington National Cathedral.

  • Imam Mohamed Hag Magid

    Imam Magid, Chairman of IIPC, currently serves as the President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA). He is also active in both the interfaith and Islamic community. Imam Magid is the Imam of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center in Sterling, Virginia.

  • Dr. Bob Roberts

    Dr. Bob Roberts, Jr. is the founding and Senior Pastor of NorthWood Church, a rapidly growing church near DFW, TX.

  • Cardinal Theodore McCarrick

    Cardinal McCarrick formerly served as the Archbishop of Washington before being elevated to the College of Cardinals by Pope John Paul II, and has a distinguished history of representing the Catholic church through international interfaith initiatives and service.