InterReligious Understanding

In 2012, Phillips Theological Seminary launched an interreligious understanding program for adult learners. Courses were taught by religious leaders, laity, and scholars in Oklahoma who represented Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, and Native American traditions.

From the beginning, the overarching goal of the program has been to educate and enlighten individuals for life and work in increasingly multicultural and religiously diverse communities.  The program provides one modality for living out the command to love our neighbor: by applying the version of the golden rule that says to respect others as we would be respected.

World Prayers

A unique website offering prayers from a variety of traditions worldwide. Click the words around the perimeter of the homepage to access prayers for different occasions. Included prayers are ancient, contemporary, and drawn from many different religious and spiritual traditions.

Canadian Council of Churches Interfaith Resources

The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice Resources