As I know it there is Sufi sect that of Hazarat Inayat Khan's I believe, those that teach the Dances of Universal Peace, they celebrate and honor all religions. I believe the Renewal form of Judaism, encompasses, embraces various religions. Unitarian Universalists, the meetings of theirs I've attended are quite intertaith. It has been said here that Liberal Quakers, are open to various religions. Unity, the churches I've attended are typically quite open. At our church we explore different religions with our youth, and have a couple of annual interfaith events. The Bahai, have an aspect of interfaith, but it seems to me are more in line of saying they are all of similar nature and the Bahai are the current most upto date culmination of 'past' religions. I know many Hindu temples have a picture of Jesus, and regard him as a guru. So that one is sort of a little cross faith polination, a limited interfaith? Which others? How accepting is your place of worship of other beliefs? And of those that are interfaith, is there still a boundary? eg, not going Pagan, or Wiccan, or Greek/Roman/Norse.... whereby your 'interfaith' like vegetarianism today.....lacto/ovo etc.