CIG 2015

On the cusp of a new year, it can credibly be said that the state of the interfaith movement has never been stronger. Never larger, never more diverse, and due to the ever more common involvement of young adults in interfaith organizations on college campuses, never with so bright a future. What will this future look like, and how can we best meet its promises and challenges?

As the world celebrates U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week this February, Niagara Foundation will gather top religious thinkers, faith community leaders, and interfaith advocates to look at the broad, diverse future of the interfaith movement and address the promises and challenges it holds.