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Behind the Scenes of the Interfaith Video
In our world of many faiths, we need leaders with a vision of diversity that inspires conversation and collaboration rather than conflict, leaders who can both cultivate common ground and dignify difference, leaders who care to understand religious traditions other than their own.
With a rich array of courses and co-curricular programming, CTS nurtures such Leaders for the Next…
ECOmmunity – New for 2014!
Become part of a multifaith cutting-edge cohort of students.
We have received a Henry Luce Foundation grant to train future leaders who can build bridges across religious and cultural difference to advance sustainability and other critical justice issues. Social justice and transformation become the common ground of our multifaith cohort, with dedicated workshops in interreligious engagement, community organizing, conflict transformation and environmental justice.
We are accepting applications from Jewish, Christian and Muslim students for our Master of Arts in Religious Leadership, with concentrations in Interfaith Engagement or Social Transformation. We help you design a program of study and field training experiences tailored to your interests and vocational direction. You may also be able to participate as a student in the Master of Divinity or academic Master of Arts program.
Rabbi Dr. Rachel Mikva on ECOmmunity:
Jews, Muslims, & Christians Coming to Study at CTS
Stipends are available for participants.
Communities are ecosystems.
What can you do to help them thrive?
From our Vision, Mission, and Commitment Statements:
We are committed… to fostering better understanding and collaboration among religious traditions, paying particular attention to cooperation among Christianity, Judaism, and Islam toward the end of realizing the aims of the prophetic traditions.