Join hundreds of task forces around the world in meaningful demonstrations of interfaith and intercultural understanding that are foundational to the global peace-building to which we are so deeply committed.

The menu to the left guides you through many general resources that will serve your program, dialogues, and projects.

In addition to these resources, this year we feature several events that we hope will engage a critical mass of our annual participants:

Global Oneness Day

Coinciding with the Season for Interfaith & Intercultural Celebration AGNT, partnering with Humanity's Team, invites New Thought centers to join in the fourth annual Global Oneness Day (G.O.D.) on Thursday, October 24. On what is also officially United Nations Day, meet your global spiritual community to celebrate our Oneness, enjoying in real time the magnificent diversity and interconnectedness of the whole human family. CLICK HERE to learn more and REGISTER for the FREE Telesummit taking place from morning to evening on October 24th. A template for a G.O.D. Service is available now to New Thought and all spiritual centers that plan to participate in Global Oneness Day.

9 Week Self Guided Study Course

This FREE material is based on a series of exclusive, original edited recordings with spiritual leaders from cultures across the globe, created by the Association for Global New Thought and the International Committee for the Peace Council.

The Family of Abraham: Service for September 11th

On this day, which many will mourn as a tragedy that befell our nation, we join hearts with all those who lost loved ones on September 11, 2001 — and in the two still ongoing wars our nation has undertaken as a result. But while we join hearts with them, we must add, in the words of the members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, “Our grief is not a cry for war.” It is instead a wake-up call to our responsibility and a kairos moment, a spiritual crisis by using which correctly we can actually use this painful memory as a turning point toward peace.