|In Your House of Worship|
||Urge your leaders to use the pulpit to condemn all forms of
||Encourage friends of other faiths to visit
your religious services and share your religious knowledge with them.
||Invite clergy representing religions different from your own
to participate in services and deliver the sermon.
||Host a tour for elected and appointed
city/town officials to learn more about your religion and the programs and activities your
religious community offers.
||Ensure that all faiths are represented accurately in existing
library materials and religious school curricula
||Reach out to diverse religious communities
to cosponsor festivals and holiday observances, such as ADL's Interfaith Seders, that
highlight and celebrate our common humanity.
||Be respectful of everyone who attends your religious services
whether they are members of or visitors to your congregation.
||Turn one bulletin board into a display space
where newspaper/magazine clippings depicting current events related to anti-Semitism and
other forms of religious persecution, or human rights violations, can be posted for all to
||Organize an interfaith retreat for young people to increase
understanding of each other's beliefs and build lasting friendships
||Plan an interfaith youth group trip to the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Raise funds to cover travel expenses
with a community bake sale, car wash, service auction or other activity.