Explore our core programming, workshops, and resources designed to help advance interfaith understanding.
RRSJ is annual conference that amplifies the voices of marginalized people fighting for justice. It engages community members and congregations to better understand the relationships between religion, racial inequity, and social justice.
The purpose of this monthly program is to learn about the wide-ranging impact and diversity of religion around the world, making sure to understand them in the context of Judaism, Christianity, and/or Islam. It may include special topics, history, or different religions.
Making the Familiar Strange is a monthly program sharing perspectives on familiar stories and concepts within Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, where participants learn together by reading and discussing texts.
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Conversations is an online venue where Executive Director Wendy Goldberg invites guests to explore ways to promote wellness and invite common action.
Abrahamic Religions in Dialogue (ARiD) is a course series about the facts – historical, theological, ritual, and sociological – concerning Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, analyzing their inter-relationships historically and in our contemporary world. Each course builds upon the next, focusing on different components of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.