Many thanks to the volunteers who helped gather and preserve important genealogical information at the Trice Hill cemetery, one of the oldest African-American cemeteries in Oklahoma City. This project was an opportunity for the Interfaith Alliance to work with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in coordination with The Black Genealogy Research Group to "Find a grave, take a picture, record a life." Many thanks to Fox 25 for coveringthis story.
The 2019 Annual Dinner of the Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma was a big success. Our thanks to the Hindu Temple of Oklahoma for hosting us. offering tours of the beautiful Temple and an opportunity to learn and celebrate Diwali, the annual Festival of Lights!
We celebrated Dr. Charles Kimball, recipient of the annual Harley Venters Humanitarian Award and El Sistema Oklahoma, recipient of the Community Service Award. Sabi Singh received a well deserved Lifetime Service Award....
As the 2020 election season heats up, Interfaith Alliance just made available the newly launched Vote 2020 program. It is designed to assist voters, candidates, clergy, and religious institutions in navigating thorny issues regarding the role of religion in partisan elections. You'll find this & more:
Saturday, May 4, 2019 When our morning Many Beliefs Serving Together volunteers arrived on May 4th, there was only a slab. By the time the afternoon shift stopped, the Habitat for Humanity home was framed and many of the exterior panels were in place. It looked like a house! The Interfaith Alliance community service group, Many Beliefs Serving Together, worked alongside other groups and the couple who will be the home owners. We took a break for snacks and sharing about our perspectives and...
We appreciate all the volunteers who joined The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma community service group, Many Beliefs Serving Together, at the YWCA shelter for domestic violence victims on March 24th, 2019.
YWCA Oklahoma City provides safety, education, and hope to victims of domestic violence in our community. The Thelma Gaylord Emergency Shelter is the only shelter for battered women and children in Oklahoma County.