The Interfaith Observer’s (TIO) commitment to the URI Charter

24 June 2015, 3:54 PM

Greetings and blessings to friends who share The Interfaith Observer’s (TIO) commitment to the URI Charter. 

If you haven’t seen us before, TIO is a four-year-old, monthly digital journal about all things interfaith. Issues include an interfaith news roundup, reviews, reports from around the world, an interreligious calendar, and special opportunities. Except during the American summer, each month a particular ‘theme’ gets unpacked by ten or 12 contributors.                                                                                                                  

TIO is written for the general reader, shares interfaith stories from around the world, and promotes the emergence of a healthy, robust interfaith culture that treasures all traditions and individuals. 

TIO informally ‘partners’ with a growing number of groups who receive a brief (about 100 words) monthly update of interesting articles in TIO.   

We’d be delighted to send your group a monthly interfaith update to post in a newsletter or on your website. It is free, as is subscribing, which can be done from TIO’s homepage. 

The Interfaith Observer (TIO) is an independent internet journal about all things interfaith. Each month it goes to more than 15,000 faith and interfaith leaders, including about 2,300 outside the U.S. More than 300 have contributed articles. Download back issues. TIO is free. Recent articles include … 

Let me know if you are interested in getting monthly updates. And may your faith and interfaith work thrive! 


In peace, 



Paul Chaffee, Founder and Publisher 
The Interfaith Observer (TIO) 
2107 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94109  

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“Our purpose is to cultivate a healthy, peace-engendering interfaith culture locally and globally; to share interfaith news that rarely gets published; to grow 'connective tissue' among interfaith activists, their interfaith ventures, and the millions who participate; to provide resources for both interfaith newbies and seasoned activists; and to survey exemplary interfaith practices, including funding strategies.”