Take Action - Resources
One shared value across many world traditions is service. As interfaith leaders, we are called to act on this shared value to help those in our community. Partnering with community organizations and spending a day together can build bridges through the very act of serving. Much like sharing a meal at a potluck, spending time in the service of others facilitates deep discussions and connections. Use the below resources to plan your action and sharpen your own interfaith leadership skills.
Resources for your Action Toolkit
An Advanced Student Resource to use in your planning.
Partnering with the Community: Moving Beyond the Campus to Advance Interfaith Cooperation.
Learn about a particular religious or secular site and how its community utilizes it.
A Helpful tool for designing interfaith activities for your campus type.
Video Explainer - Defining Interfaith Leadership and Religious Pluralism.
This worksheet assists in discussing and finding shared values diverse ideologies and their practices.
The purpose of this tool is to help you lead interfaith dialogue and conversation around shared values.
Interfaith Self-Reflection Worksheet for Higher Education Professionals.
Access our tools to make campus interfaith assessment manageable and useful.