Interfaith Clergy Dialogue
Since our creation in 1935, we have organized monthly Clergy Dialogues on the theological and social issues month faith leaders of all denominations- thus hosting the oldest, and undoubtedly one of the most effective interfaith dialogues in the country.
- By building confidence among religious leaders and increasing their knowledge of different faith traditions, our Clergy Dialogues indirectly foster respect for diversity among several thousand lay persons.
- Embracing Diversity….Building community
What It Means to be A Liberal Person of Faith
- Again and again, and especially during the election season, we read in the media about "people of faith," "religious Americans" and "value voters" -- and what is meant, in almost all cases, are Americans who are conservative in both their religion and their politics. There is nothing wrong with being a conservative, of course, but we liberal people of faith like to point out that there are other kinds of believers in America. In fact, there are a lot of us.