Center for Interfaith Reconciliation
The Center for Interfaith Reconciliation is an organization that sponsors and participates in major interfaith gatherings and promotes local initiatives that build understanding and cooperation between people of different faiths.
Founded in 2006 by St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, the Center sponsors and participates in major interfaith gatherings and promotes local initiatives that build understanding and cooperation between people of different faiths.
The executive director of the Center is the Rev. William L. Sachs, Ph.D.
Education in the epicenter of terrorism: The column by Bill Sachs and Buck Blanchard referenced in the Pentecost 2013 edition of Seasons of the Spirit is available on the Web site of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Lessons to be Learned from Boston Tragedy, a column by Bill Sachs published in the April 28 edition of the Richmond Times-Dispatch
The Center for Interfaith Reconciliation presented at the House of Bishops meeting at Kanuga in March 2011.
"For the Common Good," a blog post by Bill Sachs about his presentation to the House of Bishops.
Bill Sachs writes about the March 10 Homeland Security hearing and its implications for our perceptions of Islam, in "What Would Truth Look Like?".
Episcopal News Service reports that Diana Butler Bass and the Rev. William Sachs are the first recipients of Seabury Western Theological Seminary's Chabraja Fellowships. You can read the full story here.