The Interfaith Amigos

 

Known for their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor, Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie and Rabbi Ted Falcon share why interfaith dialogue is so critically important in our world, and how each of their Abrahamic traditions both support as well as inhibit that deeper dialogue.

The Interfaith Amigos present a crucial message in their unique humorous style, helping participants appreciate the promise and the problems of the interfaith experience. With Pastor Don now living in Minneapolis, Pastor Dave Brown, of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Tacoma, joins Rabbi Ted and Imam Jamal for many local programs, as one of the Pacific Northwest Interfaith Amigos.

With their willingness to openly address the usual taboos of interfaith dialogue—the “awkward parts of each tradition—the Interfaith Amigos create a more authentic conversation, between themselves and with their audiences, giving people an opportunity to step more fully into the rich promise of the interfaith experience.

© 2016, The Interfaith Amigos, All Rights Reserved

Photos of the book launch by Andrew Goodman.
Other photos by Ruth Neuwald Falcon

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

To discuss setting up a program in your area, please email bookings@interfaithamigos.com

      Pacific NW Interfaith Amigos

Beyond Polarization
Sunday, October 30, 10:30 AM
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
901 North J Street, Tacoma, WA

Iman Jamal and Rabbi Ted are looking forward to joining Pastor Dave at his home church for Sunday morning worship. 

            Interfaith Amigos

Wednesday-Thursday, Nov. 2-3
Keynote Speakers at 3rd Annual International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

Held at The Interchurch Center
475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY

The theme of this conference is One God In Three Faiths and will explore the shared values in the Abrahamic religious traditions.

Upcoming Appearances

  1. In the book, the Interfaith Amigos explore spirituality and interfaith dialogue as tools to help heal our personal wounds, societal injustices, and the environment.

  1. The Interfaith Amigos at the launch of their third book, Finding Peace Through Spiritual Practice, at Seattle’s University Book Store, August 10, 2016.

  1. Imam Jamal, Pastor Don and Rabbi Ted offer practical exercises to help prevent burnout, heal despair, and foster sustainable involvement in activist causes.

More details about the conference’s objectives and activities, as well as a list of other speakers and registration information, are here.

Presents a new e-course with Rabbi Ted & Imam Jamal

Finding Peace in Turbulent Times

October 3 - 28

In this course, Rabbi Ted Falcon and Imam Jamal Rahman invite participants to discover how it is that we have been unable to achieve peace in our world, in our country, in our relationships, and in ourselves.

A rare opportunity to unite in peacemaking from the inside out, at a time when peace is so urgently needed. Details here. Join them!