Join us for Hunger to Hope!


On May 22, 2019, Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative will hold our annual Hunger to Hope Benefit.  AAIC, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is excited to be having this celebration of spring and giving at Lake Pearl in Wrentham. The event will include a delicious dinner, auctions and merriment! All proceeds will support our Food n’ Friends Daily Kitchens, Family Cafés and Kids’ Summer Cafés.    

Dinner Choices are Chicken Piccata and Vegetarian Lasagna. A gluten free meal is also available. Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Tickets for Hunger to Hope
Dinner Choice(s):

Our Grand Raffle this year will be an Adventure and Hotel Stay in Newport, RI. More details to come. Tickets for the Grand raffle are $20 per ticket.   

Grand Raffle Tickets

Participation forms for Businesses and Houses of Worship (HOW) are available below.

Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative introduces new Interfaith Chaplain

Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative introduces Amie McCarthy as new Interfaith Chaplain

Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative is pleased to announce that Amie K. McCarthy will be serving as Interfaith Chaplain through the Collaborative. Additionally, she will be joining the spiritual care team at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, supporting the community of patients and families served by the hospital.

McCarthy recently completed her Master of Divinity at Boston University School of Theology. She is a Member in Discernment and in-care at Second Congregational Church in Attleboro. McCarthy is a certified Christian Educator in the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ. Her first unit of Clinical Pastoral Education was fulfilled at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, while assigned to Cardiology along with the Burn and Trauma ICU.

Following her graduation from Attleboro High School in 1999, McCarthy attended Keene State College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Lighting and Set Design in 2003. She subsequently worked at Mystic Scenic Studios prior to joining the staff at Second Congregational Church as Director of Christian Education. McCarthy is a Pastoral Intern at First Congregational Church in North Attleboro and can frequently be heard preaching at First Christian Congregational Church in Swansea.

A local resident, McCarthy is already familiar with the Collaborative. Coincidentally, she researched the organization for a church history assignment while in Seminary. Established in 1946, the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative was previously known as the Attleboro Area Council of Churches.

McCarthy looks forward to developing collaborative relationships with clergy while bringing faith communities together.

32nd Annual Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr, Holiday

Monday, January 21, 2019
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Murray Unitarian Universalist Church
505 N. Main St., Attleboro, MA 02703

Hosted by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Committee of Greater Attleboro.

Interfaith Service


A King Cantata ~ A Reflection in Words & Music:

Dr. King’s Teachings on Economic Justice


Rodney Clark, Dean of Bristol Community College, Spoken-word Artist Caroline Harvey & Max Volterra as Cantata Readers, and Soloist Stacey Geer & Pianist Jacqueline Schwab

#GivingTuesday Comfort & Joy Fundraiser

#GivingTuesday Comfort & Joy Fundraiser  

Your contribution to our annual appeal will make an impact:

• FOOD N’ FRIENDS provides home-cooked, free emergency meals for the homeless, elderly, disabled, families and unemployed. It might be the only meal that some of our guests eat on that day.

• RESOURCE JUNCTION. We may schedule a free ride so that guests can access a meal site. We may partner with others to provide legal services, shower passes, shelter, blessings bags and more.

Thank you for your support! ~ Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative (DBA)