Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma

301 Northwest 36th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Tel: (405) 237-8426



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We have the perfect gift for your friends and loved ones: a 2019 Membership in The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma.

There are several membership levels available, each benefiting our work toward a more inclusive community.

Won't you join TIA for 2019?  

For more information click here to see our VIDEO and to join

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                Thank you in advance!

Date in October 2018 to be announced.

NEW DATE (due to rain)

September 16, 2017  

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

All Souls’ Episcopal Church

6400 N Pennsylvania Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK


You and your family are cordially invited the Interfaith Alliance Family Picnic!

BYOB – Bring Your Own Basket of food for your family.

Free t-shirt to first 30 kids!


- Flutterbye the clown

- face painting

- kickball

- horseshoes

- croquet

- hula hoops

- trycycles

- crafts for adults and kids

There is plenty of parking in front of the building, and the picnic space is just outside of the Christian Family Life Center on the south side. There is a lar...

Sunday, May 21, 2017
1:30 – 4:00 pm

Click here to register

We will be partnering with the YWCA to help maintain their shelter for domestic violence victims while spending time with old and new friends from diverse faith and belief systems.

Possible projects: sanding the big toy, trim trumpet vines, organize storage rooms (food, clothing, soap), cleaning (dust, sweep, mop, blinds), weed garden, pick up trash around campus


(near I-44 and NW 39 th St. in OKC)

*YWCA will email all registrants directions to location and parking instructions a day or two prior to the event.


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, and a special Interfaith Children's Music Program.

Won't you plan to join us? Watch for details to follow.

     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 the Interfaith Alliance up-to-date on legislative issues of concern, help us promote other organizati...

The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma again organized the interfaith dinner programs. These are small group gatherings of people from diverse faith backgrounds – any faith or no faith, meeting in individual homes. The purpose was to get to know each other better over a shared meal, to share faith experiences, understanding, thinking, and questions in a setting guided by a trained moderator. The ground rules included being non-judgmental, and an emphasis on attentive listening to each other with an open mind.



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