The Interfaith Amigos


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Photo of the Interfaith Amigos by Ruth Neuwald Falcon

To access the
Amazing Faiths Questions for Interfaith Dialogue
referred to in their second book, Religion Gone Astray,
click here.

The Interfaith Amigos

Imam Jamal Rahman   Pastor Don Mackenzie      Rabbi Ted Falcon

The Interfaith Amigos: Plenary Presenters at

Seeking Connection, Spiritual Directors International Conference

April 20 - 23, 2017, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie and Rabbi Ted Falcon — the Interfaith Amigos — started working together after 9/11. Since then, they have brought their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor to audiences all over the U.S., as well as Canada, Israel-Palestine, and Japan.

The Interfaith Amigos present a crucial message in their unique humorous style, helping participants appreciate the promise and the problems of the interfaith experience.

Contact us to discuss setting up a program or a community-building Spiritual Read of

Finding Peace through Spiritual Practice

in your area!

First it was called our Interfaith Seder.

Then it became our InterSpiritual Seder.

Seder 2017 is both of these and more:
It’s an adventure in Universal Spirituality

Registration open for the Interfaith Amigos’
March 27 - April 21 Online Master Class presented by

Peace Through Spiritual Practice

6:30 - 9 PM, Wednesday, April 12

St. Patrick Catholic Church Social Hall

2702 Broadway E, Seattle

4th Annual Community Seder led by Rabbi Ted Falcon with enrichment from Ann Holmes Redding, Imam Jamal Rahman and musician Jenny Heutmaker

Learn more and make your reservation at Brown Paper Tickets.

And Keynote Speakers at the 14th Annual Abraham Festival

Sunday, April 23, Peterborough, Ontario

Surprising Challenges of Interfaith Dialogue

As a community we open to the ways we are still enslaved, and we celebrate the Way to greater freedom. This is what our Seder is about.

Rabbi Ted teaches a universal spirituality grounded in the Jewish wisdom tradition. Imam Jamal brings insights from his grounding as a Sufi in the Muslim tradition, and Ann Holmes Redding brings teachings from her unique teachings from her unique experience as Christian and a Muslim.