I can remember some rather coercive personal communions back at MCC Dallas in the 1980s, "I've a believer, not a doubter". (I even remember being approached and invited to supper to talk about God. ) But many religions do attack "unbelievers" (or "infidels").
There is a set of three films sponsored by "The Peace Plan". These are "It Is Time", and then "Stratton's Story", in which a minister in Rwanda helps victims of AIDS without regard to sin, and "Joel's Story", where families affected by war in Rwanda. Then there is "The St. Francis Inn", which provides community assistance (and perhaps "radical hospitality") in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. There is a great deal of emphasis on personal right-sizing and the willingness to walk in the shoes of another and and allow connections to others to become more meaningful even when they are not freely chosen.
The closest I could come to an official site was the "Questar1" site given on the DVD.