Running a community service group is a significant challenge. It is difficult to get a message out to as many people
as possible in a short time. This web site is a great way to quickly introduce ourselves and educate visitors on the key issues
of the various campaigns.
We hope you'll find the information you need on this site to make an informed
decision. We look forward to hearing from you if you have any questions or need further information.
Please give us your comments and upcoming events and dates below!
Augusta's Interfaith Coalition Community, and the CSRA
Corrections and Add-On -2016
Voters Rally and Symposium - Come, Celebrate the Vote 2016 September 27, 2016,
6:30pm, Henry Brigham Center, 2463 Golden Camp Rd, Augusta, GA
join us on September 27, 2016, the Augusta's Interfaith Coalition, and
our partners the N.A.A.C.P., Blacks Against Black Crimes, the League of Women’s Voters, and other partners as we have our 2016
Voters Rally and Symposium, entitled, Come, Celebrate the Vote
2016, at the Henry Brigham Center, 2463 Golden Camp Road, Augusta, GA, beginning at 6:30pm.
There are a number of special guest speakers, presenters, and activities planned. Our focus this term is to encourage
and inspire all voters to vote and to know the importance of each voting referendum. In addition to Augusta-Richmond
County, Burke and Jefferson Counties leaders will be joining us in this, Come, Celebrate the Vote.
Since the meeting will be held at dinner time, we will be serving food!
The general public is invited.
Candidates, individuals, groups and organizations, who are interested in setting up booths, displays, and materials,
please contact: The Rev. Dr. Francine Pearce at: 706-832-2270.
Executive Director 2807 Washington Road, Suite B-259 Augusta, GA
(706) 832-4995 Direct (706) 225-8938 Office
to ponder: "Theology is not just about God. It is also about us. We live out
of our understanding of who we are in relationship to God, to one another, and to the world" by the
Growing in Faith
What We Believe?
believe that religious freedom is a foundation for American democracy.
that individual rights and matters of personal conscience must be held sacred.
believe that religious and political extremists are a threat to individual liberty and democracy.
We believe that anything affecting humanity and society, whether religious, legal, political,
social, psychological, economic, financial, discriminatory, medical or other entity is an interest of the Augusta's
We believe that celebrating religious and cultural
difference is the way to achieve a vibrant community.