Across religious traditions, we honor the common tenet that every person has inherent dignity and worth. And wherever we call home, we share the desire to care for our families with love and commitment. The freedom to marry who one loves is a matter of human dignity. Yet the ability for two people to join together in shared devotion is at risk as long as it remains dependent on the current Supreme Court.

Senate to Vote on Respect for Marriage Act

Today, Tuesday, November 29th, the Senate is set to vote on the Respect for Marriage Act. Now is the time to raise your voice in support of this critical bill. Use the linked social media toolkit to join the moral chorus.

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Interfaith Alliance is urging the Senate to pass the Respect for Marriage Act. The Respect for Marriage Act provides provide legal stability for all married couples and their families, regardless of background or beliefs. It ensures that same-sex and interracial couples are treated with equal respect within the public sphere while preserving robust religious freedom protections. People of faith have the power and responsibility to join in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. In doing so, we can continue the sacred work of justice, compassion, and love.

Interfaith Alliance is working closely with partners on Capitol Hill and in the faith, civil rights, and LGBTQ+ equality communities to mobilize a broad base of support ahead of the vote. Join us as we call on the Senate to ensure all families are protected under federal law.

Interfaith Alliance Leads Multifaith Letter

Interfaith Alliance, along with four major Christian denominations and multifaith partners, issued a statement in support of a bipartisan amendment to clarify religious freedom protections.

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About the Respect for Marriage Act

The Respect for Marriage Act provides legal stability for all married couples and their families. Learn more about how this bill protects marriage and religious freedom.

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Advocacy on the Hill

On Thursday, November 17, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. ET, clergy, and community leaders gathered on Capitol Hill to call on the Senate to pass the Respect for Marriage Act.

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Learn more about Interfaith Alliance’s work to advance LGBTQ+ equality as a part of our mission to advance true religious freedom.