Interfaith Resources and Requests
Did you know that the greater Houston area is considered the most diverse urban region in the country?
Did you know that Harris County is the most populous county in Texas, and the third-most populous county in the country?
Did you know that Harris County is included in the nine-county Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan statistical area, which is the fifth most populous metropolitan area in the United States?
Did you ever consider how important it is that, with so many people from so many places, we understand who each other is?
For the past 50 years, Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (IM) has been helping our community learn more about each other. Our existing programs such as our Dinner Dialogues, Faith in our City, Interfaith Podcast Project, and iLEAD youth leadership and service programs, service both as educational opportunities and places where people can connect with one another.
The Department of Interfaith Relations of Community Partnerships (IRCP) at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (IM) is Houston’s “interfaith hub,” and we can bring a host of resources welcomes the opportunity to serve you and your community. Interfaith Ministries can provide high quality, engaging, and affordable experiential educational opportunities for schools, colleges, as well as religious, corporate, and community groups interested in understanding Houston’s cultural and religious landscape. Our expertise and resources can foster a deeper understanding of Houston’s religious diversity and help people and organizations navigate the complexities and richness of our diverse and growing community.
Our work builds bridges by providing opportunities to learn about your community’s religious diversity. We focus on cultural competency, greater understanding of our community, and practical skills to navigate our diverse world. We believe that these attributed can contribute to healthier communities, classrooms, and workspaces, an increased confidence in interpersonal interactions, and a deeper understanding of the people and the world around us.
Choose from House of Worship experiences, classes, workshops, speakers, and presentations. Let us know if you need another kind of resource; as Houston’s oldest interfaith organization, we know a lot of people!
Please visit our registration form to learn more about our resources and offerings.