Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations
JCMR Mission Statement
Cultivating the practice of “Welcoming the Stranger,”
we educate for religious, ethical, and cultural literacy.
We seek to counter destructive prejudice and increase mutual understanding among peoples of diverse beliefs.
Watch our annual Kristallnacht Commemoration with a reflection on “The Holocaust, the Hebrew Prophets and the Civil Rights Movement” from Prof. Susannah Heschel of Dartmouth College.
Beginning next spring semester, Merrimack will offer two new master’s and two new certificate programs in spirituality, with particular emphasis on the college’s Catholic and Augustinian tradition as well as ecumenical and interfaith relations.
Submit your proposal by December 8, 2017. Winning submissions will be required to share completed syllabi, learning objectives, bibliographies, electronic resources, pedagogies, and assessment methods for us to post as interactive, open-source courses to encourage further interfaith learning and teaching.
9th Annual Abdelkader Education Project Forum: Saturday, September 16, 2017 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa USA
“The Secret Life of Muslims” has been nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Short Documentary category.
Support the Center
Click above to make an online donation. Under “Merrimack Fund” select “specific school” and designate “Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations” in the text box. Thank you for your support!
- ADL Calendar of Observances 2018: Includes religious, ethnic, and cultural dates of importance. (Click here for 2019.)
- Academic requirements for the JCM minor