Faith-based and Community Partners

The following are some of MET's partners who have been strong supporters over the years. We maintain periodic meeting schedules and an ongoing dialogue, working continuously for better understanding:

Literary Arts
Ainsworth United Church of Christ
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Oregon (ACLU)
Arab and Muslim Portland Police Advisory Board (AMPAC)
Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC)
Beth Israel: Rabbi Michael Cahana
Between-Women Interfaith Group
Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE)
The Collins Foundation
Dharma Rain Zen Center
Eastern Oregon University MBA Program
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO)
First United Methodist Church
Good Neighbor Center Homeless Shelter of Tigard
Havurah Shalom Synagogue: Rabbi Joey Wolfe
Institute for Christian-Muslim Understanding (ICMU)
Intel Northwest Science Expo and INTEL Foundation
Interfaith Council of Greater Portland (ICGP)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Islamic Online University (IOU)
Islamic Social Services of Oregon State (ISOS)
Japanese-American Citizens League (JACL)
JOIN Oregon
Lewis & Clark College
Linfield College
Mercy Corps
Multnomah Central Library
Muslim Students Association of Portland State University
Neighborhood House of SW Portland
Neveh Shalom Synagogue: Rabbi Daniel Isaak
Northwest Religious Liberty Association
Office of International Affairs, Middle East Studies Center of Portland State University
Oregon Cultural Trust
Oregon Department of Justice
Oregon Episcopal School (OES)
Oregon Federation of Independent Schools (OFIS)
Oregon Humanities
Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, a Japanese American History Museum
Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church
P’Nai Or Jewish Renewal Synagogue
Portland General Electric Diversity Summit 2004-10
Spiritus Abbey and Institute for Progressive Spirituality
St. James Lutheran Church
St. Mary’s Academy of Portland, Sister Mollie Reavis, SNJM
Westminster Presbyterian Church
World Affairs Council of Oregon