The Interfaith Amigos

 

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Imam Jamal Rahman, Pastor Don Mackenzie and Rabbi Ted Falcon — the Interfaith Amigos — started working together after 9/11. Since then, they have brought their unique blend of spiritual wisdom and humor to audiences all over the U.S., as well as Canada, Israel-Palestine, and Japan.

Their work is dedicated to supporting more effective interfaith dialogue that can bring greater collaboration on the major social and economic issues of our time.


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As Keynote Speakers for our 1st Regional Interfaith Conference in the Texas Panhandle, the Interfaith Amigos were everything we could hope for and then some! Warm, humorous, enlightening, and entertaining — they are a beautiful model of the best of interfaith relationships and understanding.

Sue Morrow, Lubbock Interfaith Association

Lubbock, Texas

It is with great joy that I look back upon our weekend with the Interfaith Amigos. While they may not have known it, they taught and shared with a congregation that was ambivalent about their presence and the entire concept of interfaith dialogue. Through their wisdom, integrity, and sense of humor, they immediately put our congregation at ease. They renewed our faith in the interfaith promise of peace and shalom for all people!

Rev. Tom Warren, Peace United Church of Christ
Greensboro, NC

In this global age, as students more than ever grapple to understand the world and each other across national, ethnic, racial and religious divides, the work of Don Mackenzie, Ted Falcon, and Jamal Rahman stands out as a way to initiate critical, thoughtful, and creative discussion and research into conflict resolution and reconciliation.

Elisabeth Mitchell, Director of Student Services
International & English Language Programs, University of Washington

The Interfaith Amigos brought a sense of hope to the weekend retreat they led at the Bethlehem Centre hope, and a safe, structured place for the challenging work of interfaith dialogue. In these times, these wise men offer a straightforward yet vulnerable approach to a topic that touches many of our lives every day. We need their message!

Kathleen Darby, Executive Director
Bethlehem Centre, Nanaimo, British Columbia

We are living in an age of so much division religious, economic, racial and ethnic. The Interfaith Amigos’s message of inclusion, empathy for and understanding of “the other” struck a much-needed chord. It is this message that attempts to heal and provide a bridge back to civility. 

Nicole Glass, Administrative Manager
Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development, Las Vegas, NV