Hopefully these links will provide you with an important connection to our faith partners, friends and organizations that share our view of a just and peaceful world.
The National Council of the Churches of Christ
The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA has been the leading force for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States.
The United Church of Christ
The United Church of Christ, founded in 1957 as the union of several different Christian traditions, affirmed the ideal that Christians did not always have to agree to live together in communion. The Riverside Church is a member of the U.C.C.
American Baptists Churches - USA
American Baptists are a Christ-centered, biblically grounded, ethnically diverse people called to radical personal discipleship in Christ Jesus. Our commitment to Jesus propels us to nurture authentic relationships with one another; build healthy churches; transform our communities, our nations, and our world; engage every member in hands-on ministry; and speak the prophetic word in love. The Riverside Church is a member of the American Baptist Churches, USA
The Interfaith Alliance
The Interfaith Alliance and The Interfaith Alliance Foundation is a national non-partisan advocacy voice of the interfaith movement. Their 150,000 members are from more than 70 faith traditions and people of good will united to: Promote democratic values, Defend religious liberty, Challenge hatred and religious bigotry and Reinvigorate informed civic participation.
State of Belief
State of Belief, hosted by Welton Gaddy, is based on the proposition that religion has a positive and healing role to play in the life of the nation. The show explains and explores that role by illustrating the vast diversity of beliefs in America – the most religiously diverse country in the world – while exposing and critiquing both the political manipulation of religion for partisan purposes and the religious manipulation of government for sectarian purposes.
Sojourners is a Christian ministry whose mission is to proclaim and practice the biblical call to integrate spiritual renewal and social justice and
seek to be guided by the biblical principles of justice, mercy, and humility.
Union Theological Seminary
Union Theological Seminary has always embodied the freedom to learn and the freedom to teach—ideals that may be more critical than ever to churches and society at this moment in history. Founded in 1836, Union forged a new vision for theological education: to center ministerial training in an urban context so that academic excellence and personal faith might respond to the needs of the city.
Auburn Theological Seminary
Since its founding in Auburn, New York in 1818, Auburn Theological Seminary has been in the forefront of educating people to serve God. The Seminary first trained ministers and educators for Presbyterian and other Protestant churches on the American frontier, then for new fields of service in the U.S. and around the world. Today Auburn is a dynamic educational institution, a "seminary without borders," whose programs are rooted in New York City but extend far beyond.
New York Theological Seminary
The National Alliance to Restore Opportunity to the Gulf Coast & Displaced Persons
New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) has long been recognized for its innovative programs, its pioneering spirit, and its commitment to training women and men for ministry in the real world. For more than a century NYTS has been offering theological education that is accessible, inclusive and transformative. NYTS believes that God calls people from all walks of life and that each person has a unique ministry to fulfill. New York Theological Seminary’s task is to help each one discover what that means for you, and to help you prepare for the next stage of your exciting journey of faith.
The National Alliance to Restore Opportunity to the Gulf Coast & Displaced Persons is an inclusive national coalition of faith-based and social justice non-profit organizations.
We understand that the federal government has a unique and indispensable role to play in responding to the multidimensional social disaster in the Gulf Coast highlighted in the aftermaths of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.