"Truth is the center of all religion," Mary Baker Eddy wrote. Welcome to an ecumenical and interfaith online community honoring the "circle of faith" of which we're all a part. Here, you'll find ideas and discussions to help you be a better listener and contributor to the healing dialogue going on between faiths worldwide.
Circle of faith blog
Doors of dialogue are opening up between Christian Scientists and people of other faiths, both inside and outside of Christianity. Read blogs by those right in the middle of these vital conversations.
- 157. Lent from the heart of an ecumenically minded Protestant friend
- 156. My Holy Week this year
- 155. “Thoughts on Prison Reform for Someone Slightly Removed”
- 154. Continuing the conversation on prison reform
- 153. Supporting prison reform?
- 152. No watering down of religions for this man!
- 151. CONVERSATIONS WITH OTHER CHRISTIANS
- 150. Communicating through Heart and Intellect
- 149. LOOKING FOR SIGNS
How are you engaging with people of other faiths? Share your thoughts, ideas, questions, and insights.
- Help me to understand, please!
- Journey of enlightenment- freedom in Christ
- 7th March: Women's world day of prayer - Egypt
- The Conference of World Religions, London, England
- Journey of enlightenment 1st/2nd/3rd John- Are you walking with us?
- My personal experience
These five-minute audio podcast discussions are designed to nurture dialogue and healing between all Christian faiths. Listen to the newest episodes.
The Ecumenical Team is offering workshops entitled "Yes, we're Christian. No, we're not a cult!" The workshop covers how Christian Science fits in a contemporary Christian world, why it is wanted and needed, and what individual Christian Scientists can do to support that. Download flyer for contact information.
Find informative and enlightening documents, papers, articles, and bibliographies on topics relevant to ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.
- Eben Alexander interview.pdf
- Bibliography for Ecumenical Support.docx
- How to talk theology with other Christians: resonance, dissonance, and non-sonance
- Current status with the National Council of Churches USA
This public community is a place for people of all faiths and backgrounds to ask questions, make comments, and share ideas. It's a place where we can inspire each other, think more deeply about our lives, and pray about the world together.