The Strength of A Person, The Power of Community

Religions for Peace (RfP) International recently launched the “Multi-religious Humanitarian Fund” in response to COVID-19. The Fund will provide seed money for inter-religious projects focusing on serving humanitarian needs.For more information, please visit RfP International website! >>> Multi-religious Humanitarian Fund                                                                                         Show Your Care, Give your Care

Message from ACRP Secretary-General on COVID-19 Pandemic

Message on COVID-19 PandemicApril 22, 2020Dear brothers and sisters, all my friends,At present, humanity is facing the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The momentum of the pandemic is ever-growing, and the number of infected people is still on the rise.Each national chapter of ACRP is doing the utmost to play a crucial role of the religious community in each locality and country while endeavoring to prevent the further expansion of infection by following the policy of the respective government.For enabling all living beings to protect themselves from the threat of COVID-19 infection, we people of religion and faith, as a religious community and as an individual, live and behave everyday Read more about Message from ACRP Secretary-General on COVID-19 Pandemic[…]

ACRP Families’ action against COVID-19 -message, action and statement-

Let us share our ACRP leaders’ actions, messages and statements against COVID-19.It is essential that ACRP families share their stories  and action of religious and multi-religious efforts responding to the crisis.Now is the time for us to pray together as one team to overcome this crisis.*RfP Australia*China Committee on Religion and Peace*RfP India*RfP Indonesia*RfP Japan*RfP Myanmar*RfP Pakistan*RfP Philippines*RfP Philippines YOUTH COMMITTEE *RfP Sri Lanka<a href=””>Designed by Freepik</a>

Interfaith Moment of Hope and Solidarity

On April 1st, 2020,  Religious leaders from Indigenous, Jewish, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Jain, Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Sikh, and Bahá’í traditions virtually convened 10,000 believers in over 80 countries to call for health, compassion and strength in the time of COVID-19. Over hundreds of participants shared prayers, fears and hopes during the live stream.To learn more about RfP’s response to COVID-19, visit its website. The entire “Interfaith Moment of Hope and Solidarity” is available on YouTube and Facebook.<Youtube><Facebook>


STATEMENT of the 2019 ASIA INTERFAITH YOUTH PEACE CAMPManila, PhilippinesWe, 60 youth leaders representing Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, have gathered in Manila, Philippines, from 26-30 November 2019 for the 2019 Asia Interfaith Youth Peace Camp. We discerned and discussed various issues based on the theme “Fostering our shared well-being: Empowering Asia-Pacific Youth towards common actions.” While we come from 17 countries, we have been united by our common values and vision of world peace. We come together with the understanding of the important role we must play in promoting our shared well-being and caring for our common future. We are strengthened by the hope that amid our diversity, Read more about STATEMENT of the 2019 ASIA INTERFAITH YOUTH PEACE CAMP[…]