The diocese’s Multifaith and Ecumenical Unit has produced a Resource Book for Programmes of Interfaith Dialogue to help parishes and other groups interact with non-Christian faith communities in their localities.
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“Fifteen percent represent faiths other than Christianity, compared with just six percent nationally. It is our hope that such programmes will build a foundation for long-term communication and mutual understanding,” it says.
The Rev. Neil Fernyhough, chair of the unit, said the group hopes Anglicans in the Lower Mainland can become an example of what “reconciling and incarnational faith can achieve.”
The report contains a lengthy listing of resources available at the Vancouver School of Theology,
It can be downloaded from the website under “Resources/Resources for Parishes”, or here.