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Interfaith Relations
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Charles Wiley
(800) 728-7228, x5734
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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Learn about Interfaith Relations

The Interfaith Relations Office is a part of the Theology, Worship and Education ministry area of the PC(USA) and works in close connection with other offices and ministries of the whole church.

The office seeks to encourage the participation of Presbyterians in interfaith activities locally, nationally and internationally and to support educational initiatives to enable well-grounded engagement in interfaith conversations, community building efforts and cooperation for social justice.

We aim to help Presbyterians become better able to articulate their faith in everyday relationships with neighbors of other faiths and to develop the theological grounding we all need to engage with confidence and clarity in interfaith work.


Connect with Interfaith

Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations Network

The Interfaith Relations Network is for Presbyterians interested and/or engaged in interfaith relations who want to know about what Presbyterians are doing in this area of work.  The network is for all those interested in interfaith relationships but is especially oriented to Presbyterians working with their presbyteries, synods or congregations to build relationships and foster education related to interfaith issues and concerns.

We are working on creating new ways to help you be in more regular contact with other Presbyterians about events, activities, ideas and new resources.


Join the network

If you are interested in joining the Interfaith Relations Network, please email us and provide the following information.

  • Name
  • Email
  • Phone (home, office, cell)
  • Address, City, State, Zip, Country
  • Presbytery and/or congregation
  • Why are you interested in this network?
  • Questions or comments

We also invite you to subscribe to Faithful Dialogue, the Interfaith Relations email newsletter, to receive monthly updates on activities and resources.

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