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Box 45414, Kansas City, MO 64171
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IN FURTHERING INTERFAITH UNDERSTANDING
CRES may be the most connected interfaith effort in Kansas City, and the only one wedding academic competence with practical activities, but many groups are involved one way or another in promoting interfaith understanding. An increasing number of organizations bring interfaith awareness to their work. For a list, please see our report,KC Interfaith Opportunities, and let us know about the groups we missed.
And you as an individual, you can encourage America’s tradition of pluralism by
and specifically, working through CRES, you can
use our INTERFAITH PASSPORT to visit various religious groups and build
is a 501(c)(3) charity as determined by the IRS in its 1985
July 17 letter. It is a Kansas not-for-profit
also registered in Missouri. It is
operated by a Board of Directors and
led by the Rev Vern Barnet, DMin and a volunteer
CRES, with its scholarly capacities and practical networking, has been central tothe development of interfaith work in Kansas City and has been nationally recognized by CBS-TV, Harvard University's Pluralism Project, and in other ways.
of our professional volunteer staff, your gift to CRES provides an enormous
"bang for the buck."
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