We believe that justice matters and that we are called by our sense of the sacred to not be afraid and be bold in living out the commandment to love others, which includes all of God's creation.
What the Wyoming Interfaith Network does:
We are not new; we started in 1976. The Wyoming Association of Churches was founded in 1976. The work of the association was led by 3 teams: Spiritual Life, Peace & Justice and Sacred Ground. All the positions taken by the association were based on resolutions adopted by consensus by the membership at the annual meeting. At its annual meeting in 2012 the Association voted unanimously to become interfaith as opposed to being only ecumenical in order to become more inclusive with other faiths . . Ecumenical means within this context, "representing the whole of a body of churches." Interfaith means "involving those of different religious faiths." Therefore, we are moving from just being Christians toward being Christians, Jews, Muslims, Native American faiths, Unitarians, Buddhists, Mormons ... , anyone of faith who seeks justice, loves mercy and is humbled by our Creator.
Highlights of what we have done in Wyoming:
Mt. Sinai Synagogue
United Methodist – Rocky Mountain Conference
United Church of Christ – Rocky Mountain Conference
United Methodist – Yellowstone Conference
Disciples of Christ
Evangelical Lutheran Church of America – Rocky Mountain Conference
United Church of Christ – Montana/N. Wyoming
Southeast Wyoming Islamic Center