Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association

Compassion, peace, justice and love
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"Our purpose is to bring together people of faith traditions in the valley to nurture a more healthy community."
Traditions
Buddhism, Unitarian Universalist, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Baha'i
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist, Christian Scientist, Sufi, Baptist, Lutheran, Catholic, Salvation Army, Episcopal, Methodist, Mormon, Quaker
Number of Members
45
Region
Location
Bozeman, MT, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association (GVIA) seeks to bring together people of all faith traditions in Gallatin Valley (Bozeman, Montana, USA) to nurture a healthier community through efforts of compassion, peace, justice, and love. Building collegial support through monthly meetings and periodic events, they share in the life of each other’s faith traditions. They also provide leadership to address wider social and spiritual issues within the community. Founded in 2004 when the Christian Ministerial Association saw the need to include all faiths in issues of community concern, GVIA now includes more than 15 faith traditions. They see themselves as part of a global movement where people of different faiths can recognize shared values and humanity, and work toward a more peaceful, healthy and just world.

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