Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma

301 Northwest 36th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Tel: (405) 237-8426



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Sunday, May 21, 2017
1:30 – 4:00 pm

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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.


April 10, 2017

We are hosting a book discussion titled " Shared Stories, Rival Tellings" Early Encounters of Jews, Christians and Muslims. 

The Book Discussion will be held on April 17th and May 15th at 6:30 pm at Raindrop Turkish House. 

The part I-II-II will be discussed on April 17th and The part IV and V will be discussed on May 15th. 


Dr. William Tabernee, Executive Director of OCC and advisor board member of DI will lead the discussion series at each season. 

Light Refreshment will be served. 

This is a wonderful opportunity to talk about the book and learn about the faiths. Book lovers will a...

April 10, 2017

The Dialogue Institute is hosting two distinguished speakers Dr. Ori Soltes from Georgetown University and Emre Celik, President of Rumi Forum for the Dialogue Luncheon Forums on April 21st, 2017 at 11:30 am. 


The topic of the luncheon is " A Nation of Immigrants: Why multiculturalism is matters? Different is good: Why diversity is matters?"

The Luncheon Forum will be held at Raindrop Turkish House - 4444 North ClassenBlvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73118.  

Emre Celik

Emre Celik, an Australian based in Washington DC, is currently the President of the Rumi Forum, an organization dedi...

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.

March 13, 2017

Leadership Institute
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.

For more Information click here

To Apply click here

March 13, 2017

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 domestic violence shelter.
     We will gather at the AMA Event Center (on the grounds...



2PM to 5PM



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 e...

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.



February 24, 2017

     Dear Friends of The Interfaith Alliance of Oklahoma:


         This is a call for volunteers for
         Interfaith Support for Muslims Day
         at the Capitol, Thursday, March 2, 2017 

     As in years past, volunteers from The Interfaith Alliance are being requested 
     to stand with our Muslim neighbors at the Oklahoma State Capitol Building...

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