Lenten Study Series

Our friends at Saint Luke’s United Church are putting on a wonderful event that is worth checking out! In the latest instalment of the Lenten Study Series, the church is exploring what it means to be Buddhist.
We at CAJM support all initiatives to build understanding between different religious groups! See the flyer for more details.

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Workplace Mental Health


Our friends at IDI GTA, an organization which strengthens interfaith bonds in Toronto, are hosting a luncheon featuring Linda Weichel and a host of other speakers at this incredibly worthwhile event!
Follow the event link below for more information, including ticketing information.


Urdu Golden Rule Poster

Scarboro Mission’s Golden Rule Poster, which features texts from 13 religions, has been translated into Urdu by CAJM’s Co-chair Shahid Akhtar.

The poster could be downloaded here:


It is estimated that close to one billion people understand spoken Urdu. The Urdu language originated in 13th century India as a blending of Arabic, Sanskrit, Persian and local dialects. The use of the Urdu language is concentrated in South Asia but Urdu-speaking people reside in many countries throughout the world.

The publication of these texts in Urdu is an effort to further universalize the already universal message of the Golden Rule. Please consider forwarding this announcement to colleagues and friends and posting it on websites and social media.



Register for the Parliament of World Religions

Toronto is hosting the 2018 Parliament of World Religions, a gathering of more than 10,000 people of different faiths who come together to learn from each other and to share ideas on promoting interfaith cooperation. We encourage anyone who is interested to register before September 30 for the best ticket price at this link:


For more information visit the Toronto 2018 website at:

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Eid mubarak and Rosh Hashanah Sameach

Eid-al- Adha reminds us all of Abraham’s generous spirit and the connection between people of faith. The month leading up to Rosh Hashanah is a preparation for self-reflection and we hope that in this holiday season we bring the self- awareness necessary to overcome differences and unite as divisiveness brews in North America.

Please read the greeting below


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