Interfaith Alliance is committed to its grassroots base. Interfaith Alliance encourages interested groups and individuals to organize where need and interest exists with a focus on combating religious extremism and the misuse of religion for political purposes.  We work solely on domestic issues. We believe religion should be a positive healing force in the US. We support and work with people of faith and people who follow no specific faith.

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  • Faith Voices Arkansas

    • Location: Little Rock, AR, United States
    • Contact: Stephen Copley at aiapolicy@aol.com

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Central California

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado

    • Website: http://interfaithallianceco.org/
    • Summary: TIA-CO is an interfaith, member-driven, grassroots organization that strengthens democracy in our culture; serves as a progressive voice of reason, moderation and mutual respect for communities of faith; and promotes religious freedom, understanding and diversity. We envision a Colorado based on the values and principles of mutual respect, religious diversity, inclusiveness, compassion and justice.

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  • Interfaith Alliance of Marion County FL

    • Contact: Delphine Herbert at TIAofMarionCountyFL@gmail.com
    • Summary: Interfaith Alliance of Marion County is to promote a positive and healing role in Florida with people of faith, good will, encouraging civic participation, facilitating community activism, and exposing religious and political extremism.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Hawaii

    • Contact: Bishop Randolph Sikes at randolphsykes@hawaii.rr.com
    • Website: http://www.interfaithalliancehawaii.org/
    • Summary: The purpose of The Interfaith Alliance Hawaii is to promote a positive and healing role in Hawaii with people of faith, good will and aloha, encouraging civic participation, facilitating community activism, and exposing religious and political extremism.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Iowa

    • Contact: Connie Ryan at connie@interfaithallianceiowa.org
    • Website: http://interfaithallianceiowa.org/
    • Summary: As people of faith and good will, The Interfaith Alliance of Iowa and Action Fund work to ensure that values of democracy are maintained in our communities. We fight for religious freedom, civil rights, and civility for all. Activities include legislative advocacy and education of the public, focusing on issues related to maintaining a healthy separation between religion and government, strengthening public education, protecting civil rights for all people, and promoting civility in the democratic process.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho

    • Contact: TIA Idaho at interfaithidaho@gmail.com
    • Website: http://www.tiaidaho.org/
    • Summary: Leave us a message: (208) 238-6560 As concerned people of faith and good will working to promote the positive healing role of religion in our state, The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho will seek to provide a platform for all people of faith and good will who seek to develop a positive role for religion as it impacts government and society.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of the Bluegrass

    • Website: http://interfaithalliance.org/Bluegrass/
    • Summary: The Interfaith Alliance of the Bluegrass promotes the positive, healing role of faith in civic life, and challenges those who further intolerance and extremism.

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  • The Triangle Interfaith Alliance

    • Location: Raleigh, Wake County, NC, United States
    • Contact: Lana Dial, President at tiatriangle@gmail.com
    • Website: http://www.interfaithalliance-nc.org/
    • Summary: Triangle TIA sponsors forums on different world religions. While not an official Affiliate of Interfaith Alliance, we work with them on issues of common concern.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of New York State (Greater Albany)

    • Website: http://www.tianys.org/
    • Summary: The Interfaith Alliances of New York State are constantly holding events and activities highlighting the positive role of religion in American life.
  • The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester

    • Location: Rochester, NY, United States
    • Contact: Becky Elwell at elwellbecky@gmail.com
    • Website: http://www.tiar.org/
    • Summary: The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester promotes the positive, healing role of faith in civic life, and challenges those who further intolerance and extremism. The focus of the Rochester Affiliate centers on support of the First Amendment, works on election issues through Fair Campaign Practices Project, advocating for the homeless and Health Care for all.
  • The Long Island Chapter of The Interfaith Alliance

    • Location: Nassau County, NY, United States
    • Contact: Richard Tibbets at richard.tibbets@verizon.net
    • Summary: The Long Island Chapter of The Interfaith Alliance promotes the positive, healing role of faith in civic life, and challenges those who further intolerance and extremism.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Greater Cincinnati

    • Location: Cincinnati, OH, United States
    • Contact: Dr. Richard Bozian at rcbozian@hotmail.com
    • Summary: The Interfaith Alliance of Greater Cincinnati promotes the positive, healing role of religion in civic life, and challenges those who further intolerance and extremism.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma

  • The Tulsa Interfaith Alliance

    • Location: Tulsa, OK, United States
    • Contact: Rev. Bob Lawrence at tulsainterfaithalliance@gmail.com
    • Website: http://tulsainterfaithalliance.org/
    • Summary: TIA-Tulsa works to ensure that an interfaith voice of religious traditions, based on mutual respect, is heard in public policy debates. They also work to uphold the principle of separation of church and state.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Pennsylvania

    • Location: Harrisburg, PA, United States
    • Contact: Ammon Ripple at interfaithalliance@pa.net
    • Website: http://www.interfaithalliancepa.org/
    • Summary: The Interfaith Alliance of Pennsylvania promotes the positive, healing role of faith in civic life, and challenges those who further intolerance and extremism.

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  • The Interfaith Alliance of Middle Tennessee

    • Location: 1016 18th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37212, United States
    • Contact: Rev. Dan Rosemergy at danrosemergy@bellsouth.net
    • Summary: The IAMT was founded in 1995 and is incorporated as a ‘non-profit’ organization in the State of Tennessee; and has federal 501.C3 status. It was one of the early chartered Alliances of TIA and has participated in all national programs and initiatives as well as many local and state issues since that time including: election cycle campaigns (Call to a Faithful Decision and One Nation, Many Faiths), annual Stop the Hate Vigils, TIA interfaith forums(Civility in Public Debate and Campaign Finance Reform as a Faith Issue), numerous public education forums, and joined various state coalitions around issues such as Hate Crime Legislation, Religion and the State, Cultural and Faith Diversity. IAMT is committed to: –promoting the positive role of religion as a healing and constructive force –renewing the religious values of our families and community –developing forums for open and respectful dialogue –challenging intolerance –affirming the strength IAMT was the 2005 recipient of the Bishop Murphy Local Activism Award at the National Leadership Gathering in Washington, D.C.

Build an Alliance in Your Community

To learn about organizing a local Alliance, submit the contact form. We ask you to think about what interfaith/religious liberty issues are in your community and what has been the history of faith group cooperation.  Are there points of conflict?  Are there opportunities to bring together diverse groups? Let us know what  inspires you to work on interfaith issues and what other issues are important to you.

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