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Cache Community Connections

A Civic and Interfaith Council

The CCC’s Purpose is... to respond to the essential interconnectedness of all Cache Valley’s residents. to dispel myths related to our various faiths and/or ethnicity. to encourage and support community activities that are, by their very nature, religiously and culturally unifying. to engage in educational activities designed to increase community awareness of and respect for religious and cultural diversity. to share our experiences in the CCC with the larger community of children, youth and adults.

About Us

Cache Community Connections (CCC) is composed of a group of interfaith religious and civic leaders….


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Origins of CCC

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11th Annual MLK Day Celebration



We’re excited to partner with the USU Black Student Union for this year’s celebration.

Friday, January 14, 2022
6:00pm (candlelight vigil follows the program)
Historic 4th Ward Meetinghouse
294 North 100 East in Logan

Program consists of speakers and musical performances.

Co-hosted by Cache Community Connections and Utah State University Black Student Union

Christmas Concert Series 2021!

Remember last holiday season, when we weren’t able to see each other in person for holiday concerts? That season ended, and we’re excited to offer a full schedule of in-person holiday music. As the Logan Tabernacle is currently under renovation, this year’s series will take place in the historic Fourth Ward Building at 294 N 100 E in Logan (near the Cache County Senior Citizen Center).

You can find the schedule below. All performances begin at 7pm and are free of charge. Happy holidays!

  • Tuesday, December 7: Ted Erekson, master storyteller
  • Wednesday, December 8: Lori Pulotu, singer/songwriter
  • Thursday, December 9: Musicality, women’s chorus
  • Friday, December 10: Lezlee Monroe and Tracine Parkinson, songs and stories
  • Saturday, December 11: Constance Jenson, vocal performance
  • Tuesday, December 14: Miho Everitt, pianist (with Jo Hays, flute and Jenni & Mike Whitely, piano & organ)
  • Wednesday, December 15: Logan High School String Quartets
  • Thursday, December 16: Craig Mecham, singer/songwriter/guitarist
  • Friday, December 17: Wood Live Music, guitars and fiddle
  • Saturday, December 18: Jacquelyn & Marc Abbot, soprano & baritone opera singers

Pure Water: An Interfaith Community Dialogue

Cache Community Connections and the USU Center for Community Engagement are partnering with the Bear River Heritage Area to host “Pure Water: An Interfaith Community Dialogue.” The Hyrum Museum is currently displaying the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit “H20 Today,” which explores the importance of water in the natural and cultural landscapes of our country, and this dialogue event supports the community outreach mission of the exhibit.

What role does water play in your religious or spiritual practice? What is the symbolism of water in your sacred texts or influential writings? How is water connected to the core-building experiences that have influenced who you are? All community members are invited to share their beliefs and experiences in this interfaith setting, with discussion from local representatives from various traditions and Religious Studies scholars.

Participants can expect to sit at round tables with discussion prompts and will be encouraged to rotate through the tables in order to speak with a variety of other community members. Mask-wearing is encouraged. After sharing in small groups, an invited speaker panel will discuss themes that came up in conversations and provide more insight into the importance of water in many religious and spiritual traditions.

  • Monday, October 25 at 6:00-7:00pm
  • Taggart Student Center Lounges (2nd floor) at Utah State University
  • Free admission, and guests who park in the Aggie Terrace or Big Blue Terrace will receive a free parking voucher (click here to download a PDF map with the terraces marked)

H2O Today is a traveling exhibition created by the Smithsonian Institution and brought to you by Utah Humanities and the Bear River Heritage Area. H2O Today and associated events are part of Think Water Utah, a statewide collaboration and conversation on the critical topic of water presented by Utah Humanities and its partners.