A Pennsylvania-based interfaith organization pulls together people from hundreds of congregations to advocate for a safer and more just world.
An expert in Jewish-Christian relations offers guidelines for avoiding the implicit and explicit expression of hatred toward Jews in Easter liturgies and practices.
Jewish Family Service of San Diego has joined with other local organizations to help recent arrivals fleeing persecution.
Hundreds of people across the Indiana University campus — Jewish and non-Jewish — put up bright red mezuzahs after antisemitic incidents on campus, says the executive director of Hillel at Indiana University.
While congregational life for many has been altered in the last two years by COVID-19, the latest iteration of the National Congregations Study shows that changes were already underway in faith communities.
Toxic theology and politics deepen conflict in places like Ireland, the Middle East and the United States. But following the example of Jesus helps people in conflict zones understand each other and move beyond the past, writes a Methodist minister who founded the nonprofit Rethinking Conflict.
Many congregations are eager to assist in resettlement efforts. Experts offer guidance on how to do it well by respecting new arrivals and remembering: volunteering is not about you.
When a Muslim group needed a place for youth religious education, it began meeting at a synagogue. This arrangement led to friendship and learning -- and activism.
The rabbi of the Tree of Life congregation and the pastor of Mother Emanuel AME talk about their relationship, their shared spiritual heritage and what lies ahead.