The Festival of Faiths celebrates the diversity of our faiths and spiritual practices, expresses gratitude for our unity, and strengthens the role of faith traditions in our community. The Festival allows people of many different faith traditions to come together, share meaningful dialogue, and identify commonalities and differences, all while working on projects that address common concerns.
The Festival of Faiths is an annual event that celebrates the diversity of our community, promotes unity and strengthens the role of faith in society.
The Festival of Faiths is an annual event that celebrates the religious diversity of our community, promotes unity and strengthens the role of faith in society. Each year’s Festival brings thousands of people from different faith traditions together to engage in common action to promote the good of our community.
The Festival of Faiths is sponsored by the Center for Interfaith Relations (CIR), a nonsectarian 501c3 organization dedicated to promoting interfaith understanding and cooperation.
The Festival of Faiths has attracted over 70,000 visitors and has featured such speakers as Eboo Patel, Dr. Martin Marty, Rabbi David Rosen, Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, H.H. the Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Muhammad Ali and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Archbishop of Canterbury, the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, and Sobunfu Some, plus many other caring inter-religious leaders.