We encourage and participate in interfaith ministries and dialogue and do not proselytize. Most theistic faiths share our belief in the indwelling God including the Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. We believe non-theistic faiths show goodness in their beliefs and their members due to the indwelling God.
In the silence of contemplative prayer, there is no dogma. The silence is why we can respectfully encourage and practice Centering Prayer and Oneness Prayer in our interfaith ministries.
We invite you to learn more about how contemplative prayer is being offered in a variety of programs.
When conducting dialogue verbally, we encourage starting with silent contemplation. The reason? Words can get in the way if the dialogue starts with the traditional discursive prayer or verbal meditation. We believe sharing the universal interfaith truth found in silence and science is of great interest and importance in interfaith dialogue.