We believe the work of bridging the faith divides of our community is not just a “nice” thing to do – it is essential. Any honest assessment of the threats to our children’s future would take into account the very real possibility of interfaith conflict. But, while the threat is global – our response must also be local.
We believe that the work of “cultivating peace and respect” cannot be left to diplomats and dignitaries – we, the faithful, have to play a leading role.
We invite all good-hearted people to join us in this work. You may be Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Baha’i, Unitarian, Sikh, secular, or simply a spiritual seeker – but your voice, your talents and your commitment will be welcomed by the iACT community.
We believe that a future of peace and respect begins with you – and that together we can all be the “i” in iACT. Our individual actions can and will make a difference. Join us as we cultivate peace and respect through interfaith dialogue, service and celebration!