America has described herself in many ways. It is often thought of as a melting pot or as a tapestry of cultures woven together. Religious and cultural diversity has grown exponentially since 1965. So many differences, so many opportunities for misunderstanding and tension. Our mission in a nutshell is to take practical steps to transform all of those difficulties into creative energy and build a metropolitan Detroit community that thrives on the basis of what we have in common and what we can learn from one another. Please join with us. We welcome your contribution. 

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Upcoming Events

Spring Conference on Religious Literacy

Sunday evening, June 7 – Monday evening, June 8

Please save the date for this important conference focused on how we can promote religious literacy to all ages in the metro-Detroit community.

The conference will include Religious Diversity Journey experiences for adults, panel discussions, interactive workshops, and more!

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April 22 and April 23 at the Detroit Institute of Arts

This year over 275 7th grade students from 30 middle schools in Oakland and Wayne counties, along with their teachers and parents, have embarked upon an immersive religious and cultural experience visiting  churches, synagogues, mosques, Hindu Temples, Sikh Gurdwaras and the DIA.

To get your school involved, please click here for more information!


Face to Faith for 8th – 12th Graders

Thursday, April 30, 6:00pm

Song and Spirit Institute for Peace

Students will spend the evening learning more about the culture and customs of the Christian and Jewish Faith traditions.  Dinner will be served.

Please click here to register and click here for an event flyer!

Interfaith Panel Discussions

Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30pm

Baldwin Library,  Birmingham

April 16: Pain and Healing Across the Faith Traditions.

May 14:  WISDOM: 5 Women 5 Journeys.

More information to come!

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