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World Council of Interfaith Congregations
On September 24, 2009, CIC-USA and OIIM signed a letter of intent to co-create a World Council of Interfaith Congregations. Both organisations committed to include as many interfaith congregations as possible from around the world in this creation process. At present other countries involved include Mexico, The Netherlands, Eire, The United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Washington DC, USA
To create, nurture and sustain the opportunities for everyone to have a place of worship, community and service that allows them freedom of spiritual expression with scope to create inclusive places.
To be the administrative and ecclesiastical home for independent interfaith / multifaith churches, congregations and seminaries in the USA. It is the ecclesiastic home for Interfaith as a spiritual expression.
Interfaith as a spiritual expression. 'May peace and love be with you and fill you as you find your true path of spiritual expression... Respectfully'
As an ecclesiastical body for spiritual people of all faiths to be a bridge that brings credibility and accreditation to those who want to serve the world spiritually.
Leadership is elected by the member congregations to the Board of Directors and board representatives are elected to the officer positions of the association. The Council of Interfaith Congregations of the United States (CIC-USA), with the Open International Interfaith Ministries of Canada (OIIM), the International Academy of Interfaith Studies in Mexico and interfaith congregations in Europe are collaborating to create an international NGO, (W)CIC.
The greater community of OUnI is made of a single ecclesiastic body (OUnI) and different autonomous non-ecclesiastic communities that add to the vision of creating inclusive places for spiritual expression for all.
interfaith, dialogue, community, congregation, seminary, expression
704 Airport Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108. USA.