The Lexington Trialogue meets monthly at the Lexington Theological Seminary. The Lexington Trialogue was formed in 1992 by religious leaders of the three Abrahamic faiths: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. The mission of the Lexington Trialogue is to promote discussion and deeper understanding between members of these three faiths. A particular emphasis is also placed on the respective theologies, traditions and religious practices. Also important in the discussions of the Lexington Trialogue are the dynamic relationships existing between world cultures, world histories, world politics, and world economics, and each of the Abrahamic faiths.