About Our Activities
The primary work of CCME is to foster and deepen relations between Christians and Muslims, and in doing so, make significant contributions to the larger purpose of promoting peace and building bridges of mutual understanding, cooperation and respect among people of all faiths.
For an up-to-date listing of CCME (and related LSTC-supported) programs and events, please visit our Events page.
Support for Interfaith Academic Programs
- Class offerings by Christian and Muslim faculty and with Christian and Muslim students (including international seminars and local exposure)
- Faculty guidance for PhD students
- Interfaith emphasis study program for Masters students
- Bi-annual Mosque visits
- Public church fellows in Muslim and interfaith settings
- Lectures, presentations, conferences and seminars
NOTE: If you are interested in study at LSTC in its interfaith academic programs, please contact our admissions staff at email@example.com.
Congregational, Seminary and Community Events
- Adult forums or other educational programs on Islam and Christian-Muslim relations
- Creative arts programs, including music, theater, exhibits, and cinematic experiences
- Community meals and other social gatherings
- Holiday celebrations
- Social justice advocacy, service and action opportunities
Workshops, Trainings and Presentations
- Chaplaincy Workshop: Spiritual Care of Muslim Patients: CCME has partnered with local chaplains and health care faciltiies to provide a practical two-day workshop for non-Muslim chaplains to learn about and gain confidence in working with Muslim patients and families facing illness or death.
- Faith Over Fear Training to Address Islamophobia: Together with the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign located in Washington DC, we have participated in and hosted these trainings which aim to reduce and to counter anti-Muslim bias, discrimination, and violence in the United States by working with faith and community leaders to improve skills to speak against anti-Muslim rhetoric and discrimination and build stronger local multi-religious networks.