We know you’re busy. Quickly finding people across faiths who believe in the concept of Tikkun Olam (repairing your corner of the world), especially while we are apart, helps bolster our strength and bring us together.
Interfaith groups are located in almost every town and county across North America. Some focus on youth, others on dialogue, and others on charity work. Many are currently looking at social justice and how to take real action in their cities, towns or counties. All have a role and make the world a better place.
Follow a local interfaith page on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Take a look at what they are doing while we are apart. See what they plan to do when we are able to be together again. If you like what you see, join an event and bring a friend (even if it’s virtual). Encourage friends and family to also join when you find a page that is active and strikes the tone you like to see.
How do Interfaith Groups Help Fight Hate?
Interfaith groups have their finger on the pulse of issues in your local area. While you don’t need to become a leader, being a participant in activities that interest you helps keep a Jewish voice at the table.