Interfaith Alliance of Idaho

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The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho is a 501 [c] [3] non-partisan advocacy organization. Founded in 1998 in Idaho to challenge the radical religious right, TIA Idaho remains committed to promoting the positive and healing role of religion in public life by encouraging civic participation, facilitating community activism, and challenging religious political extremism.


Interfaith Idaho Insights E-mail

  Interfaith Idaho Insights

As we begin our strategic long range planning, we are hearing from our members that these are the issues that are affecting their communities, families and friends. Please let us know where you think Interfaith Alliance of Idaho energy and resources should be focused. Email us at interfaithidaho (at) or on Facebook at (Please include name & town)

 Beloved Community/Compassionate Cities

~~Undoing Oppression (racism,sexism,heterosexism,classism...)

~~Interfaith Connections: linking folks across generations

~~Immigrant Rights

~~Voting Rights (people of color, students, elders, people in poverty)

~~Stopping Family Violence


~~Understanding the Affordable Care Act & Idaho's Health Exchange

~~Medicaid Expansion in Idaho

Idaho Earth Institute:

~~Stewardship, sustainability, safe wholesome food supply

Watch for Dates of Fall Democracy Action Circles, Interfaith Religious Leaders Network,

Annual Gathering: Strategic Planning Retreat




Moscow ID joins Boise, Sandpoint & Ketchum creating citywide inclusivie non-discrimination ordinance! E-mail

 Years of organizing and undoing oppression work by Interfaith Alliance of Idaho, human rights, LGBT groups, Add The Words, and many allies are showing progress!  Congratulations to Moscow and everyone who works for equality & justice or all!

Welton Gaddy Speaks at Marriage Equality Rally at the Supreme Court E-mail


Welton Gaddy Speaks at Marriage Equality Rally at the Supreme Court,


As the supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in the first of two cases that could prove to drastically alter the way LGBT Americans’ relationships are treated by the law in this country, United for Marriage Equality organized a rally on the courthouse steps. Welton Gaddy was one of the speakers at that rally, and emphasized that there is no conflict between religious freedom and the freedom to marry.





Video of the entire rally is available on the C-Span website.





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