Together, we offer antidotes to fear and hate.
We connect interfaith neighbors in community, nurturing relationships.
We cultivate trust and understanding, celebrating religious differences.
I’ve always said that Tri-Faith isn’t as much for me as it is for my grandchildren, because they won’t know any different. My grandchildren will grow up as members of Temple Israel on the Tri-Faith Commons with Christian and Muslim neighbors. They’ll work in the garden together, play together on the playground, and attend one another’s place of worship. Tri-Faith is a legacy for our grandchildren.
Vic Gutman & Associates
Tri-Faith Initiative is developing Religious Other Inclusion (ROI). ROI’s programs will consist of three topical areas on religion in the workplace: legal issues, inclusion strategy and implementation, and religious literacy for professionals.
Inspired by the faith of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities, Tri-Faith Initiative cultivates inclusive environments to advance interfaith relationships and understanding.
In 2020 we saw that Tri-Faith participants are:
Warmer in attitude toward three religious groups — Jewish, Protestant, and Muslim — than the national average. 83 v 57.3 national
Positively to learning new things from Tri-Faith programs (94.96% of participants)
Increasingly knowledgeable about Jewish, Protestant, and Muslim traditions — 56% report they are knowledgeable about Jewish, 68% about Protestant, 35% about Muslim.
By joining our circle of Bridge Builders, you can reach more of our neighbors with this message of connection and hope, bringing more Omahans together. As a Bridge Builder, your gifts actively cultivate trust, empathy, and justice, while dispelling division and hate.