The Elat Chayyim Retreat Center is a place for spiritual contemplation for Jews. During the Labor Day weekend of 2006, the retreat moved from its longtime home in Accord, N.Y., to Falls Village, Conn.
The National Jewish Outreach Program was established by Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald in 1987. It is now one of the largest and most successful Jewish outreach organizations in the world.
Combined Jewish Philanthropies is an organization bring together the Jewish community’s resources, volunteers, leadership and expertise in Greater Boston.
OurJewishCommunity.org is building an online congregation, hoping to create a modern Jewish experience.
The Inter-Religious Council at Emory University in Georgia organized the university’s first campus-wide interfaith service project, helping families affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The United Religions Initiative, based in San Francisco, promotes interfaith cooperation and ending religiously motivated violence. It has “cooperation circles” around the globe.
The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions, based in Chicago, sponsors interfaith dialogue and encourages cooperation among religious and spiritual communities and institutions.
The Interfaith Center of New York is an educational nonprofit dedicated to understanding and cooperation among faiths. The center works with a wide variety of religious leaders.
The JewishYouth.com Webring offers links to Jewish youth organizations’ websites that inform on activities and information for Jewish children and families, and resources for educators.