One Ark, One Humanity: Dialogue Guidelines and Resources
Here in the Center for the Ministry of Teaching, we occasionally get requests for resources on teaching about others faiths. That kind of learning is a particular strength of the seminary we’re a part of, but the conversations tend to have an academic and international tone—both good things, but not necessarily what congregational faith formation ministers are looking for to use in their settings.
Our enthusiasm got a shot in the arm last year when we met Beth Katz of Project Interfaith. We had a great time learning about Beth’s organization, and their RavelUnravel project seemed to us the perfect blend of personal faith storytelling, digital innovation, and sturdy educational resources. Here’s Beth at TEDxOmaha on “getting comfortable with being uncomfortable”:
Keep your eyes peeled for formal reviews of some RavelUnravel curricula in the coming months. For now, in no particular order, we present some of our favorite interfaith resources for exploration and learning. As always, please share your favorites and we might just add them to the list.
The Center for the Ministry of Teaching (@VTS_CMT) curates faith formation resources for dioceses, congregations, and schools in the Episcopal Church and beyond.