Christian, Muslim and Jewish groups join together for ’21 for 21′ interfaith collaboration

Christian, Muslim and Jewish groups have joined together to celebrate the way young people are promoting interfaith collaboration. In a world first, three media outlets serving the three Abrahamic faiths have joined forces to set up the 21 for 21 project, which is … Continue reading

Making a Difference by Sharing Lives: The “Partnership” and Mutual Growth of Interfaith Mentoring

I’ve never really put much thought behind mentoring and how much it can affect the youth in our community, it’s likely because I’ve always been fortunate enough to have family members to look up to and guide me. Once I … Continue reading

Interfaith Hospitality Network: A circle of community concern

Interfaith Hospitality Network’s mission is to provide homeless families emergency shelter, helping them transition to permanent housing, and hospitality. Started in 1991 as an emergency shelter with eight congregations participating, the center now has over 100 congregational partners of all … Continue reading

Transcending Event-Interfaith: Brief Address Offered at the 10th Annual InterFaith Run for a United World

 https://medium.com/…/transcending-event-interfaith-brief-ad… ING Night Marathon, Luxembourg MEDIUM.COM Transcending Event-Interfaith: – Frank Kaufmann – Medium Brief Address Offered at the 10th Annual InterFaith Run for a United World … Continue reading

Heschel, King And The Interfaith Impulse: Remembering the man that Martin Luther King called ‘my rabbi.’

In this season of Yizkor, on the 50th yahrtzeit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination this month, the heart turns to one of the most iconic photos in American Jewish history. It was taken in Selma, Ala., on a Sunday … Continue reading