The Christian-Muslim Consultative Group successfully launched the Standing Together Project. A seven series study program to help bridge the gap between Christians and Muslims. The project includes an Educational Workbook and DVD. Our goal is to:
- bring Christians and Muslims together
- break down dehumanizing stereotypes
- build loving and compassionate relationships
- engage with one another about our beliefs and practice
Co-Founders: Jihad Turk & The Reverand Dr. Gywnne Guibord
Call for Interfaith Dialogue in the Antelope Valley
The Christian Muslim Consultative Group (CMCG) expresses deep concern over First Baptist Church of Quartz Hill's Pastor Audie Yancey's recent paid advertisement in the Antelope Valley Press. As proud Americans, we all have the rights of freedom of speech and religion. Southern California is blessed with a diversity of faiths, which is considered one of our greatest strengths. With these freedoms come responsibilities, including not spreading misinformation or stigmatizing a religious community based on false information.
Standing Together in the LA Times
Christians, Muslims forging new bonds in Southland
Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times The Rev. Canon Gwynne Guibord says the interfaith program doesn’t allow proselytizing. Southern California has long been on the front lines of religious and cultural diversity and the challenges and promises that brings.
Responses to Obession
The members of The Christian-Muslim Consultative Group (CMCG) join with the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), the National Council of Churches and Jews on First to express deep concern about the distribution of the DVD "Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West."