Check out these links to major international, national, and regional interfaith dialogue groups and outreach organizations.
National & International Interfaith Organizations
Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
Council for a Parliament of the World Religions
Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies
North American Interfaith Network
Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute
Temple of Understanding
United Religions Initiative
World Council on Religion and Peace
Interfaith Alliance of Wake County, N.C.
Interfaith Center at the Presidio
Interfaith Center of New York
Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan DC
Interfaith Working Group, Philadelphia
State and local progressive interfaith organizations
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Create an Interfaith Dialogue Group
Read these suggestions for starting your own group from "What the World Needs to Know About Interfaith Dialogue" by Richard M. Landau, an interfaith dialogue consultant:
Starting Points: Principles of Interfaith Dialogue
How to Hold the First Meeting
Who Is In the Group?
How to Run Your Own Dialogue Group
Interfaith and intrafaith dialogue guide from "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly."
What to Know Before You Start
Religion-specific resources about relating to members of other faiths.
How Christians View Non-Christian Religions
Roman Catholic Views on Other Christians and Other Religions
United Methodist Church--Relating to Persons of Other Faiths
Hinduism Interfaith Resources
Guidelines for Lutheran-Jewish Relations
Mormonism & Interfaith Relations
A Muslim Perspective on Interfath Dialogue
Jewish Interfaith Issues
National Council of Churches Interfaith Commission
Improve Your Dialogue Group
Suggested Topics for Dialogue
From the Alliance for Spiritual Community
Guidelines from selected religious groups about conducting interfaith dialogue.
World Council of Churches Guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue
Episcopal Church Principles for Interfaith Dialogue
ELCA Interfaith Dialogues
Presbyterian Guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue
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