The document, called When Two Faiths Meet, is the product of months of painstaking negotiations between Christian and Muslim leaders and emphasises the need for tolerance and acceptance of mixed-faith marriages.
But there are practically no pastoral resources for Christian-Muslim couples in the United States, despite the fact that according to many estimates, there are now more Muslims in this country than Jews.
The few print resources available to pastors and couples are either outdated or written for a non-American context.
Estimating the number of people in mixed-faith marriages is difficult.
The 2001 census suggests 21,000 but demographers believe the figure is considerably higher.
There are certain customs that all Muslims are expected to follow, but since Islam is interpreted in many ways across many cultures, it is difficult to make sweeping generalizations.