The Call for Programs Opens for 2023 Parliament Convening
The Call for Programs for the 2023 Parliament of the World's Religions is now OPEN. Propose transformative opportunities for dialogue and inspiration from your unique faith perspective.
Do you have a bold idea for a program, performance, religious observance, art exhibit or film? Answer the call, submit a proposal today.
Save the Date: It's Time to Talk
On Tuesday 24 May 2022 join the Parliament's Buddhist-Catholic Dialogue on Climate Change for the launch of It’s Time to Talk, an initiative of the that calls leaders and practitioners of the two traditions to answer the urgent need to respond to the climate crisis through reflection, dialogue, and action.
The Buddhist-Catholic Dialogue on Climate Change is an initiative of the Parliament of the World’s Religions and its Climate Action Task Force.
WATCH NOW: National Interfaith Prayer Service for Peace and Justice
On Thursday 5 May 2022 the Parliament of the World's Religions joined Religions for Peace USA, United Religions Initiative, the North American Interfaith Network, the Temple of Understanding, Faith in Public Life, and the International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation for the 3rd Annual National Day of Prayer.
The National Interfaith Prayer Service for Peace and Justice was hosted via Zoom and streamed LIVE on Facebook.
WATCH NOW: All Our Relatives Live As One
On Wednesday 4 May 2022 the Parliament of the World's Religions joined partners at the Church Center for the United Nations, Tillman Chapel for a special faith-based side event and worship service during the United Nations Permanent Forum.
All Our Relatives Live As One: Faith-Based Indigenous Conversation and Multi-Faith Worship Service was hosted on-site at the Chapel and streamed LIVE via Facebook.
Chicago Interfaith Trolley Tour Offers Unique Insight Into Chicago Faith Communities
On Sunday 24 April 2022 the Parliament of the World's Religions joined the Chicago Theological Seminary, A Center of Christian-Muslim Engagement for Peace and Justice at Lutheran School of Theology, American Islamic College and the Hyde Park Kenwood Interfaith Council in hosting and sponsoring a Chicago Interfaith Trolley Tour and Iftar, a tour of sacred spaces inspired by this month's convergence of Ramadan, Passover, Easter, Vaisakhi, Ridvan and Ram Navami.
Parliament Executive Director, Rev. Stephen Avino, joined faith representatives for this special tour of sacred spaces and offered a special primer of the upcoming 2023 Parliament Convening.
- Support for “Strasbourg Principles” in inter-religious dialogue on religion and peace, religion and human rights from Council of Europe
- Second gentleman Doug Emhoff touts ‘critical’ interfaith collaboration from Religion News Service
- Interfaith memorial march to prevent gun violence happens in Harrisburg from Local 21 News