Interfaith - Intergroup

Our Work

Interreligious-Intergroup Committee Co-Chairs Enid Lieber and Marcie Goldstein and Regional Director Janna Weinstein Smith
 met with Joshua Hoyt and Bishop Kenneth Ulmer, one of the most widely known and influential African-American Christian leaders
 in southern California and the leader of Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood.

AJC Los Angeles is at the forefront of advancing interfaith and intergroup understanding in America and around the world.

We believe that the well-being of the Jewish people is linked to that of other faith and ethnic groups in the United States and around the globe.

Building coalitions to advance shared interests and foster mutual understanding have been central to AJC's interreligious and intergroup endeavors for 110 years.

AJC Los Angeles is actively addressing the new challenges and opportunities arising from America's rapidly changing religious and ethnic composition through innovative programming, community outreach and working with our neighbors of all faiths and ethnicities.

AJC's global reach strengthens interreligious and intergroup dialogue across the planet.

We continue to build bridges with the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, United Methodist Church, United Church of Christ, Western Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pentecostal Churches, Episcopal Diocese, Evangelical Covenant Church, Presbyterian Church, Baha’i Community, and more.

We also continue to expand relationships with the Latino, Korean-American, African-American, and Armenian-American communities. 

Interreligious & Intergroup Relations Committee

Marcie Goldstein, Co-Chair       Enid Lieber, Co-Chair 

For more information or to get involved with AJC-LA's Interreligious & Intergroup Committee, please contact us at or (310) 282-8080.