While some ecumenical and interfaith endeavors of the the CRCNA are guided by the ecumenical and interfatih relations committee, the beauty of ecumenical activity and interfaith dialogue is found at the local level.
When local congregations worship, witness, and work with neighboring churches that are part of the Christian community, they give witness the unity of Christ. When congregations learn from new neighbors—refugees and immigrants—who bring with them rich histories and stories, building relationships across different faiths is often required. Such dialogue provides opportunity to explore similarities across religions and the chance for the clear articulation of the Christian faith.
Here are a few examples of where congregations are at work in ecumenical and interfaith activities.