A rabbi and a priest come together to canvas scholars and leaders from different religious traditions about their perspectives on interfaith prayer and worship and the different forms such prayer and worship take. Contributors include Shaunaka Risi Das, Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, Hebron L. Ndlovu, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Swaziland, Natubhai Shah, Chair/CEO of the Jain Network, Bogoda Seelawimala, the Chief Sangha Nayaka of Great Britain, Yasuhiro Tanaka, the 204th chief priest of the Kamo-wake-ikazuchi-jinja Shrine, and many others.

The editors include 12 traditions (arranged approximately according to their historical origins): Hinduism, African Traditional Religion, Judaism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Shintoism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Unitarianism, and Bahá'í. Not only do the contributors offer their reflections on the nature of interfaith worship and prayer, many of them share their personal experiences as examples. Overall, they convey the importance of praying and worshipping together with members of other religious traditions, while offering valuable insights in how to do so sincerely and respectfully.