RRSJ amplifies the voices of marginalized people fighting for justice. It engages community members and congregations to better understand the relationships between religion, racial inequity, and social justice.
United We Walk is an annual event that brings together spiritual leaders and pillars of diverse communities all across Omaha to lead the public in a celebration of inclusion.
Tended by volunteers from the Tri-Faith Commons and the Omaha Community, the Tri-Faith Unity Garden has provided literal tons of fresh produce for community pantries and families every year since its inception.
This special program aims to provide an understanding of religious diversity, equity, and inclusion through historical, cultural, and structural analysis such as privilege and marginalization.
Making the Familiar Strange is an opportunity for interfaith dialogue that inspires people of different religious and nonreligious backgrounds to read the same text together.
Open Hearts is an online venue for passionate people to share stories and perspectives, staying connected with their community. Executive Director Wendy Goldberg invites guests to explore ways to promote wellness and invite common action.
Religious diversity and inclusion in the workplace matters. Learn with us through Religious Other Inclusion (ROI) opportunities.
Religion@Work, a podcast from Tri-Faith Initiative, brings together diverse voices to share stories and discussion on the intersections of religion, faith, and spirituality in our work lives.
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.