Thank you for your interest in this
exciting and groundbreaking certification course.
Religion courses abound at universities and colleges and, in many cities,
there are growing opportunities to learn about different faiths without
conversion to another belief. There
are also many introductory courses and sessions within individual faith
But there has been nothing quite like this.
The need for effective interfaith
ambassadors has increased with growing religious pluralism throughout the world,
more especially closer to home. This
is a foundation-building course for peace.
In this course you will learn about
different faiths and local faith communities.
You will gain a deeper respect of your own faith tradition as you learn
to be respectful and honoring of other faith traditions, becoming an effective
Each class is designed to have diverse
involvement and open discussion. There is a limit of participants in each class
to facilitate interfaith dialogue.
Call or email for your application today.
In service to God and humanity,
International Society of Interfaith Ambassadors
Certification Class Outline
Through the classes, participants develop
an interfaith vocabulary, learn related history and discuss contemporary issues.
There are opportunities to learn about others and ourselves.
There are at least 10 classes or sessions:
Related topics and vocabulary include:
Basic tenets of the World Religions
Religious Freedom & Tolerance
Discrimination and Persecution
Problems of Exclusive Groups
Ethnicity, Culture and Religion
Work of Interfaith Ambassadors
As much as possible, local members of religious and spiritual groups are guest speakers.
The course includes A
Workbook for Interfaith Ambassadors written and compiled by Rev.
John-Brian Paprock after over 10 years of interfaith experience and 5 years
coordinating interfaith service and events.
SCHEDULE (Fall 2001)
Enrollment is limited to 12 per class with a 5 participant minimum.