rac-smct-text-block

 Press Room | Facebook | Twitter | DONATE

RAC Interfaith Issues Block

Interfaith Issues

Read the latest updates and learn more about interfaith issues through a Reform Jewish perspective. 

Interfaith Issues

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Interfaith Affairs

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Interfaith Affairs

Join Reform Jews at the September 24 Climate Mobilization!
Posted on Wednesday August 12, 2015

On September 25, Pope Francis will speak to the United Nations General Assembly in New York City as the members determine the new Sustainable Development Goals. These goals will guide global leaders in finding a way forward for international development. The Sustainable Development Goals are being finalized this September ahead of the United Nations Framework […]

The post Join Reform Jews at the September 24 Climate Mobilization! appeared first on Fresh Updates from RAC.

Mitzvah Fatigue and the Power of Interfaith Climate Action
Posted on Wednesday July 29, 2015

This past weekend, I attended the Religions for Peace USA Earth-Faith-Peace Teach In with a group of my fellow young faith leaders engaged in climate justice work. The group included participants from a wide array of religious traditions, from Franciscans to Zoroastrians, who flew in to the Teach-In from as far as Bombay and Brazil, […]

The post Mitzvah Fatigue and the Power of Interfaith Climate Action appeared first on Fresh Updates from RAC.

Recap: Catholic and Jewish Faith Traditions Call for Action on Climate
Posted on Thursday July 16, 2015

By Jennifer Queen Listen to the full text of the July 15: Interfaith Update on Papal Encyclical webinar here. Though Pope Francis may not know it, he and the ancient rabbis have a lot in common. As I participated in the Interfaith Update on the Papal Encyclical webinar yesterday, Rabbi Tarfon’s words, “it’s not your […]

The post Recap: Catholic and Jewish Faith Traditions Call for Action on Climate appeared first on Fresh Updates from RAC.

A Greater Fire
Posted on Monday July 13, 2015

By Rabbi Judy Schindler Two weeks ago, Charlotte’s Briar Creek Road Baptist Church was a victim of arson. It is less than three and half miles from my home. Their children’s choir sang at our Beth El MLK service three years ago and my kids were close friends with the kids of their former minister, […]

The post A Greater Fire appeared first on Fresh Updates from RAC.

Contact Our Legislative Policy Team

For more information on this issue, contact Eisendrath Legislative Assistant Liya Rechtman at (202) 387-2800.