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Public Programs

ICJS has been engaging local, regional, and national communities with educational and dialogue programs for more than 30 years. We offer adult learners, teachers, community leaders, and religious leaders opportunities to explore interfaith relations that disarm religious tensions, encourage civil discourse, and deepen spiritual pursuits.


Courses provide adult learners with an opportunity to delve deeply into a subject over a series of class meetings. Courses are led by both ICJS and outside instructors and creatively mix multiple formats, such as lecture, group discussion, and paired study. They also incorporate diverse sources, including texts, art, music, and video.

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Lectures and Discussions with Authors and Thought Leaders

ICJS offers occasional lectures and discussions that are open to the public, bridging the divide between the academy and the public, and building religious literacy in Baltimore with some of the leading voices in studying Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and interreligious studies.

Imagining Justice in Baltimore

Imagining Justice in Baltimore examines brings together Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions and texts to bear on important questions. Check out resources and videos from the 2020 sessions on Water Justice; The 2021 theme will center around Economic Justice.