This study is the Inclusive America Project’s contribution to the Interfaith Infrastructure initiative. It contains an introduction to the contemporary interfaith movement in the United States, a brief history of interfaith engagement in West Michigan, and an analysis containing insights about interfaith organizing gleaned from West Michigan. It is our hope that this study will inspire others like it, creating a series of detailed reports on interfaith efforts in US cities and equipping the interfaith movement to have a greater social impact.
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