Scarboro Mission, a URI North America Affiliate, has just re-designed their interfaith curriculum resources section to make it more user-friendly.
“While it is easy to get interfaith information, it is much more challenging to find good interfaith curriculum,” said Paul McKenna from Scarboro Missions’ Interfaith Department. “My sense is that good curriculum is the missing piece in the interfaith movement.”
The new design is very user-friendly. You can explore this rich collection in nine theme areas: schools & youth groups, peace–building, ecology & social justice, prayer & meditation, colleges & universities, interfaith toolkits, young adults, Golden Rule and bi-lateral dialogues.
There is also an extra added bonus: most of these resources can be downloaded free of charge. These resources include online courses, best practices, do-it-yourself workshops, activities, multifaith prayer services, starter kits, guidelines, games, meditations, slideshows.
Featuring resources from around the world, this compilation is one of the most comprehensive collections of interfaith curricula on the Internet. Click here to start exploring the resource library:https://www.scarboromissions.ca/Interfaith_dialogue/student_resources.php