Welcome to the Home of the Multifaith Action Society!

We're Hiring! (August/September 2023)

The Multifaith Action Society of BC is a Vancouver-based charity dedicated to interfaith dialogue and collaboration. We are looking for a part-time Operations/Programs Manager for 10 hours a week. This is a long-term position with opportunities for growth as the Multifaith Action Society grows and evolves. The position is ideal for someone looking for meaningful community work and who recognizes the value of creating interfaith connections and open dialogue among the myriad faith traditions and cultures in the province.


For more information about the position and how to apply, please download the .PDF job description using the link below.

Operations Manager Job Posting
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Founded in 1972, the Multifaith Action Society (MAS) is a Canadian registered charity dedicated to the facilitation of interfaith education and dialogue. For over forty-five years, MAS has worked to build bridges between the myriad cultural and spiritual communities that characterize British Columbia, and has collaborated on a wide variety of public education campaigns and initiatives that have affected positive social change while raising awareness of multicultural issues. (Learn More)

Latest News & Events

The Multifaith Action Society offers a wide variety of programs and events to encourage inter-religious cooperation and understanding within the community. (Learn More)

The Multifaith Calendar

Proudly published annually by the Multifaith Action Society, the now available 38th edition of the Multifaith Calendar continues to combine accurate dates and descriptions together with  community-sourced artwork to create a unique and compelling resource with outstanding educational and artistic value. (Learn More)

Additional Resources

A collection of other helpful interfaith resources. Feel free to send us any links you feel may be useful. (Learn More)

"Christian, Jew, Muslim, shaman, Zoroastrian, stone, ground, mountain, river...  each has a sacred way of being with the mystery, unique and not to be judged." - Jalaluddin Rumi