Chicago, IL, USA
Chicago is a special place to the interfaith movement. In 1893, the first gathering of diverse religious and spiritual leaders from around the world to share their perspectives and engage in interreligious dialogue took place as part of the Chicago World's Fair. The World's Parliament of Religions in Chicago gave birth to a dynamic and historic global movement.
Today, Chicago remains a stronghold of interfaith activity as the home to interfaith organizations like the Parliament of the World's Religions, Interfaith Youth Core, Faith in Place, and countless others.
Explore the vibrant interfaith activity taking place across the city!
|5th Anniversary of UN Sustainable Development Goals||September 2020||UN Task Force||
2020 marks the 5th anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals. Intended to rally the global community, the SDGs address the challenges we face, including... Read More
|Global Conversations||November 2019 - February 2020||Climate Action|
|UN World Interfaith Harmony Week||February 2020||World Interfaith Harmony Week|
|50th Anniversary of Earth Day||April 2020||Climate Action||
Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970. Now a national movement, it was created by US Senator Gaylord Nelson and, in his words, Earth Day “forcibly thrust the... Read More