o Intercultural Ministries Blog: a space created for discussions at the intersection of faith, communication, and culture.
o St. Matthew/San Mateo: Auburn WA: a multicultural community committed to spreading the Good News that Christ has come to bring us freedom and supporting each other as we grow into that freedom.
o PBS, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, “Interracial Churches” (July 31, 2009): In this piece, which originally aired in December 2008, journalist Lucky Severson explores race and faith in the US. Featured in the piece are Wilcrest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas and City of Refuge Evangelical Presbyterian Church, also in Houston, Texas. Severson also interviews Michael Emerson, co-author of Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America and United by Faith: The Multiracial Congregation As an Answer to the Problem of Race.
o Mosaix Global Network “represents a growing movement of believers and congregations seeking to know God and to make Him known through the establishment of multi-ethnic churches throughout North America and beyond.”
o Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas: “A multi-ethnic, economically diverse church established by men and women seeking to know God and to make Him known through the pursuit of unity in accordance with the prayer of Jesus Christ (John 17:20-23) and patterned after the New Testament at Antioch (Acts 11:19-26; 13:1ff.)
o Presbyterian Multicultural Church Network: The Presbyterian Multicultural Network exists to serve Jesus Christ and Christ's mission through the PCUSA, fostering a national view of evangelization by empowering multicultural ministries and enhancing the ministries of both pastors and the multicultural congregations they serve.
o Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Multicultural Ministries: provides advice, counsel, and services to ELCA congregations, synods, agencies, and institutions who wish to become more culturally diverse.
o Diversity, Social Justice and Environmental Ministries: equip Episcopalians to carry out the promise made in their Baptismal Covenant to "strive for peace and justice and respect the dignity of every human being."
o Kaleidoscope Institute: provides workshops and trainings for the development of competent leadership in a diverse, changing world. Founded by the Rev. Eric H. F. Law as an outgrowth of his theological and practical journey through the landscape of diversity.
o VISIONS, Inc.: a nonprofit training and consulting enterprise providing a variety of services that support organizations, communities, and individuals as they continue to clarify their diversity-related goals and engage in a dynamic process of multicultural development.
o Rice University Center on Race, Religion, & Urban Life: The Center on Race, Religion, and Urban Life (CORRUL) is dedicated to advancing the scholarly understanding of race, religion and other urban issues to enable the development of more humane and sustainable cities. CORRUL aspires to understand urban life and improve relationships among the many racial, ethnic, and religious groups that make cities their home.
o Duke Center for Reconciliation: Rooted in a Christian vision of God’s mission, the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School inspires, forms, and supports leaders, communities, and congregations to live as ambassadors of reconciliation.