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Gallatin Valley Interfaith Association

Bringing together people of all faith traditions

Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month 1-2:30 PM September - May -- hybrid (in person and via Zoom) contact Moderator Rev. Valerie Webster for location / Zoom link.

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Who We Are

Our Vision:  Bring together people of all faith traditions in the valley to nurture a stronger community through efforts of compassion, peace, respect, justice and love.

Our Mission:

  • Building collegial support for people representing different faith traditions;

  • Providing leadership to address wider social and spiritual issues within the communities of the Gallatin Valley;

  • Establishing a forum to share in the life of each other’s traditions.

Our Core Values:

  1. Respect for the dignity of all people and for the variety of religious traditions of our community

  2. Desire to increase understanding between those of different religious traditions.

  3. Concern and commitment to action for the poor, needy and vulnerable in our community.

  4. Desire to make Gallatin Valley a more just, peaceful and healthy community.

  5. Belief that we can accomplish more by working together than by working separately.

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In cooperation circle with United Religions Initiative (URI)

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Ways We Help

Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.


Gallatin Refugee Connection

Helping The Community

Gallatin Valley Packathon for Haiti

Feeding the Hungry

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Tiny Houses

Addressing Chronic Homelessness

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