The CPCE (formerly known as the Leuenberg Church Fellowship) is an organization of over 100 Protestant churches in Europe who grant each other pulpit and table fellowship on the basis of the Leuenberg Agreement of 1973.
Begun in 1914, FOR is an interfaith and international movement with branches and groups in over 40 countries and on every continent. Members include Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, and people of other faith traditions, as well as those with no formal religious affiliation.
This alliance, founded in 1994, works to promote interfaith cooperation to promote civic participation, freedom of religion, diversity, and civility in public discourse and to encourage the active involvement of people of faith in the nation’s political life.
The comprehensive website of The National Council of Churches, which was founded in 1950. The council’s 36 member denominations include almost 50 million persons in more than 100,000 local congregations in the United States.