Help CAJM collect your personal experiences promoting and contributing to interfaith cooperation and dialogue at this link https://goo.gl/forms/Ply8uU1BTlkrhWgy2 or by filling out the form below
The Canadian Association of Jews and Muslims is looking for a new Communications
Coordinator. This volunteer position is perfect for anyone looking to improve their
communication skills and gain experience in a prominent interfaith organization. The outgoing Communications Coordinator promoted GTA interfaith events on Facebook, wrote posts amplifying CAJM’s message, created and maintained the CAJM website, drafted emails commemorating Jewish and Muslim holidays, and updated the CAJM logo.
The ideal candidate is passionate about strengthening community ties between different faith groups, has strong written communication skills, and is familiar with a variety of computer-based communication platforms. To become more familiar with CAJM you may visit our website at http://www.cajmcanada.org or our Facebook page at facebook.com/cajmpage
– Available to volunteer for two consecutive hours a week (can work remotely)
– Able to create and share Facebook events, post on an organization’s Facebook Page, and
manage an organization Facebook page
– Familiar with Microsoft Word
– Able to operate and organize a Dropbox account
– Able to create posts and edit pages on WordPress
– Able to draft email messages to be distributed which amplify CAJM’s
– Passionate about the CAJM mission statement
Send an email to Shahid Akhtar email@example.com with subject:
[Your full name], Communications Coordinator Application.
Attach your resume to the email and answer the following questions in the body of the email.
1. In 100 words or less describe why you want to volunteer with CAJM.
2. In 100 words or less write either a Passover or Eid al-Adha greeting which reflects
CAJM’s values (you may find sample greetings at cajmcanada.org or
Yours in Peace,
Shahid Akhtar and Dr. Barbara Landau, Co-Chairs
Join the innovative and creative group Dances of Universal Peace in High Park for simple, meditative dancing circles which give a different perspective on spirituality and religion.
Happy Canada Day from CAJM! We hope you have taken some time this long weekend to celebrate and appreciate our amazing nation. At CAJM, we feel blessed to live in a country dedicated to freedom and diversity which serves as a model to be emulated.
The Parliament of the World’s Religions, convening in Toronto this November, views religion as a moral guide which inspires goodness. Forced family separation is an abomination which must always be opposed. The parliament, therefore, calls on the United States to ensure legal protection for children and parents in addition to the reunification of families separated by harmful policy.
To read the full statement and learn which actions you could take to oppose family separation, visit the link below.
Click on this link to find out about upcoming interfaith events in the GTA and Southern Ontario!
The events have been compiled by Interfaith Connections
Join the Noor Cultural Centre and Holy Blossom Temple on March 28 for the second part of the Jewish-Muslim series. This Dinner & Discussion focuses on anti-semitism in Canada and promises to be a fulfilling and educational event.
Please follow the link below for more details.
Join the Community of Christ Toronto Congregation on April 17 for a lecture and discussion on the Mysticism of the Sufis, this informative event promises to be a fascinating exploration of Muslim history.
Follow the link below for more details.
Join our friends at the Noor Cultural Centre and Holy Blossom Temple on March 21 for the first part of the Jewish-Muslism Series: a dinner and discussion on Islamophobia in Canada. Both of these organizations regularly put on incredibly worthwhile events perfect for anyone looking to learn about, or build relationships with, people of other faiths.
Follow the link below for more information