I add below excerpts from a recent article on Baptist ecumenical efforts published by ABP:
The Commission on Doctrine and Christian Unity exists to promote greater understanding with other Christian communions about Baptist distinctives such as believer’s baptism, religious liberty, mission and evangelism. Interfaith talks also advocate for Baptists in the world who are oppressed by a dominant church and seek areas of possible cooperation.
The ultimate goal, according to a position paper, is to seek to fulfill Christ’s prayer in John 17 that his followers “might all be one” in order that the world might believe. Read more of this post