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.
President Trump Repays Religious Right by Attacking Transgender Students - Interfaith Alliance
February 23, 2017
For Immediate Release
Contact: Josh Glasstetter, West End Strategy Team, 202-776-7700, Josh@westendstrategy.com
On Wednesday, President Trump revoked protections put in place by President Obama allowing transgender students to use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity. In response, Interfaith Alliance president Rabbi Jack Moline issued the following statement:
“On the first day of CPAC, President Trump paid a debt to the Religious Right for its role in electing him. The mov...
On Saturday, February 11, 2017, The Interfaith Alliance volunteered at the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. We served in both morning and afternoon shifts and all volunteers were assigned to sorting/packing food with others from diverse religious backgrounds. We successfully prepared over 5,700 meals for our community!
All of the women and all of the wives/significant others of members are invited to the Women's 2017 Diversi-Tea to be held on Sunday, February 5 from 2:00 – 4:00. Preregistration is required (so we can make the tables as diverse as possible).
Attached is the Women’s Diversi-Tea flyer. We look forward to an afternoon of thought provoking and engaging dialogue with women of diverse cultures. I'd be glad to answer any questions or provide more information.