Day of Reflection May 4th, 7:00 PM St. Luke's United Methodist Church 222 NW 15th St, Oklahoma City We invite you to join with your friends for The Interfaith Alliance's Annual Day of Reflection, our response to the National Day of Prayer. Over the years the National Day of Prayer has focused exclusively on Christians joining together. TIA has created an inclusive event, open to everyone!
We will gather at St. Luke's Church for reflections, the ringing of the Freedom Bell
July 30 - August 5
St. Crispin's Conference Center & Camp
Incoming sophomores, juniors and seniors from high schools in Oklahoma come together for one week in a
peaceful camp setting, bringing to each other the experiences of their diverse cultural, ethnic, religious, racial and economic backgrounds.
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"President Trump's revised executive order is still a Muslim ban, and it's still bigoted and un-American. Despite efforts by the President and his administration to spin the executive order as a security measure, the truth is self-evident. Today's action is fueled by anti-Muslim bigotry and motivated by a desire to score political points - not keep Americans safe.
"As a candidate, President Trump called for a 'total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United State
April 1st 10 AM - 12 PM AMA Event Center 3201 NW 48th Street You may have heard about the recent Islamophobic comments made by state representative John Bennett at the Muslim Day event at the Capitol organized by CAIR OK.
We are appalled by Mr. Bennett's question, and our response is to give back to our community, especially to the unfortunate women and children victimized by domestic violence.
Our goal is to package at least 500 "Totes of Love" for the YWCA domes
Are you an active member of another cultural, diversity, or social justice organization? We could really use your help.
We are looking for Interfaith Alliance members and volunteers who are already active members of another organization to help us build partnerships. If you attend the meetings of, volunteer with, and keep up with the e-mail traffic from another organization, then we could really use you! You'll work with a couple of other volunteers and members to keep
We are always grateful to those who take the time to read our bi-monthly e-newsletter, but never more so than this month. After a dizzying almost two months of local legislation, Congressional legislation, and Executive Orders, lots of people seem burned out. So, if you are still one of our faithful readers, or if you have joined us recently, then thank you!
I would like to take a moment to address that very notion of fatigue that many people are feeling right now. If y
FREE! SUNDAY, MARCH 26 2PM to 5PM GOLD STAR, 1ST FLOOR AT OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY Come learn about many different religions from members of those faith communities and OCU! Sponsored by: OCU Wimberly School of Religion, World Religions & Biblical Literature classes.
Sunday, March 5th, 2017 - The next Jewish Muslim Film Institute (JMFI) event is titled: Israel & Palestine - A Chance for Peace The discussion will take place on March 5 at Temple B'nai Israel, located at 4901 N. Pennsylvania Ave. (Please see flyer below for details.) A group of 22 Oklahomans traveled to Israel and the Palestinian Territories looking for a deeper understanding of the conflict in the area. Their hearts were touched, minds challenged, and goals exceeded.