Each month, MCN runs the Muslims Against Hunger project at the Holy Trinity Church. The volunteer dates are available on our calendar. If you are interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Muslim Consultative Network
Founded in 2003 as a group of NYC based Muslim volunteers responding to urgent needs after 9/11, MCN has been working to build consensus and cooperation among diverse Muslims — crossing ethnic, gender, class and religious boundaries to build unity and understanding. MCN came by its name “consultative” to indicate that we value mutual consultation which as an Islamic principle (Shura) is a way to make decisions. MCN has been a non-profit since August 2008 and is incorporated in the State of New York.
About the Holy Trinity Church
Founded in 1898, the Church of the Holy Trinity serves almost 1,400 parishioners on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. They seek to respond to the social, liturgical and faith needs of our active and diverse congregation by offering a wide variety of religious and social service ministries.