Scarboro Missions Provides Interfaith Resources for Christian Congregations

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Interfaith resources for Christian congregations

Dear Christian colleagues committed to interfaith dialogue:  below find some useful resources for  your interfaith work.

Interfaith toolkit for Christian congregations (Presbyterian Church – USA)

This toolkit contains numerous resources to enable Christians to engage with other faith traditions. Included among the kit’s many features are “how to” resources, guidelines for multifaith prayer, brief introductions to world religions, reflective materials on interfaith relationship-building and guidelines for bilateral dialogues e.g. Muslim-Christian, Jewish-Christian, Buddhist-Christian.

Understanding Islam: A Resource & Study Guide for Christians

Entitled “That we may know each other”, this document was produced for congregations of the United Church of Canada but can be useful for other Christian denominations. The purpose of this resource is to help Christians understand Islam and Muslims as well as to deepen Christian self-understanding. The inclusion of a handy study guide makes this document eminently useful and practical.

Understanding Hinduism: A Resource and Study Guide for Christians

Entitled “Honoring the Divine in Each Other”, this document was produced for congregations of the United Church of Canada but can be useful for other Christian denominations. The purpose of this resource is to help Christians understand Hinduism and Hindus as well as to deepen Christian self-understanding. The inclusion of a handy study guide makes this document eminently useful and practical.

Peace

Paul McKenna

Scarboro Missions Interfaith Dept.

2685 Kingston Road

Toronto, Ontario

Canada M1M 1M4

www.scarboromissions.ca

Tel. 416-261-7135 ext. 296

If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.
The Dalai Lama

 

Representatives of the 13 religions featured on the Scarboro Missions Golden Rule Poster

 

 

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