Religious Practice → Places of Worship
Organizations relating to Places of Worship
World Council of Conservative/Masorti Synagogues / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1957
Charte européenne des Abbayes et Sites Cisterciens / Ville-sous-la-Ferté, France
Custody of the Holy Land / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1217
International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues / Havertown PA, USA / Est. 1986
World Supreme Council for Mosques / Makkah, Saudi Arabia / Est. 1975
Nordic Association for Churchyard Culture
Church Monuments Society / Okehampton, UK / Est. 1979
Chapelle Van Maerlant / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1997
Inclusive Mosque Initiative / Est. 2012
Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1099
Assemblée des Ordinaires Catholiques de Terre Sainte / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1992
Agreement Concerning the Voluntary Contributions to be Given for the Execution of the Project to Save the Temples of Philae / Est. 1970
Agreement Concerning the Voluntary Contributions to be Given for the Execution of the Project to Save the Abu Simbel Temples / Est. 1963
Omkarananda International Ashram / Winterthur, Switzerland
Temple mondial de la sagesse de l'Asie
International Crusade for Holy Relics / Los Angeles CA, USA
South African Union of Temple Sisterhoods
Synagogue Council of America / New York NY, USA / Est. 1926
World Conference of Synagogues and Kehiloth / Jerusalem, Israel
Pro Terra Sancta Association / Jerusalem, Israel
World Problems relating to Places of WorshipFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to Places of WorshipFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Safeguarding archaeological sites
Guardian of sacred place
Desecrating religious buildings
Cooperating with synagogue leaders
Developing shrine/community relations
Desanctifying churches and holy places
Sanctifying churches and holy places
Desecrating holy spaces
Beautifying holy spaces
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