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Paul Eppinger

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The Interfaith Alliance

HQ Phone:  (202) 238-3300

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The Interfaith Alliance

1212 New York Ave, NW Suite 1250

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

United States

Company Description

Interfaith Alliance is the only national interfaith organization dedicated to protecting the integrity of both religion and democracy in America. We stand for faith and freedom. National Policy - We promote legislation that protects the boundaries between re... more.

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Background Information

Affiliations

North American Interfaith Network

Board Member


Parliament

Board of Trustees Member


CPWR

Board of Trustees Member


City of Phoenix

Community Member


Interim Co-Executive

Board Member


Self-Realization Fellowship

Member


Education

Doctor of Ministry degree

Master of Theology , and San Francisco Theological Seminary


Doctor of Ministry degree

Master of Theology and San Francisco Theological Seminary


Doctor of Ministry degree

Master of Theology degree and San Francisco Theological Seminary


Master of Divinity

Princeton Theological Seminary


Master of Theology

William Jewell College


Web References(175 Total References)


NAIN – North American Interfaith Network

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DR. PAUL EPPINGER


DR. PAUL EPPINGER « NAIN – North American Interfaith Network

nain.org [cached]

DR. PAUL EPPINGER
Home → Interfaith Leaders Spotlight → DR. PAUL EPPINGER Arizona Interfaith Movement - Executive Director: Dr. Paul Eppinger, Protestant Christian - Dr. Eppinger graduated from William Jewell College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and San Francisco Theological Seminary. He served as a missionary in Japan, and the pastor of four different American Baptist Churches. He was the Statewide Director of the "Victory Together" campaign in 1992 to establish an AZ Martin Luther King holiday. From 1993 - 2002, he was the Executive Director of the Arizona Ecumenical Council until he became the Executive Director of the Arizona Interfaith Movement in 2002.


Progressive Democrats of America

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Panelists include Arizona state representatives Ted Downing, Phil Lopes, Ben Miranda, Kyrsten Sinema, Marge Mead (NOW), Rebekah Friend (AFL-CIO), Lezlie Cox (Democracy for America), Dana Kennedy (Alliance for Retired Americans), Ann Yellot (Peace Web International), Amy Kobeta (Planned Parenthood), Brian Lane (former Green Party leadership) and Paul Eppinger (Interfaith Alliance), John Lewis (Intertribal Council of Arizona), and Jarrett Maupin (National Action Network and candidate for Phoenix City Council), as well as representatives from the Arizona Democratic Party.


Balbir Singh Sodhi Memorial Dedication September 14, 2003 in Mesa, Arizona, USA

www.healingsource.com [cached]

Dr. Paul Eppinger, Executive Director of the Interfaith Action Coalition, gave a speech reminding us that we may be of different religions, but we are all one people.


Religious Communities Unite to Commemorate Anniversary

www.catholicsun.org [cached]

"Regardless of our background, our culture, or how we come to God, we can live together in unity and in harmony," said Paul Eppinger, president of the Interfaith Action Coalition.Eppinger hopes representatives from the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist and Sikh communities will promote that sense of unity.Members of the Sikh community hope to spread their message of peace and tolerance at the event.They will do so with heavy hearts as they remember fellow Sikh, Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Mesa gas station owner who was the victim of a hate crime in the wake of the attacks."Unfortunately, not only was Balbir Singh Sodhi murdered but many, many other Sikhs were attacked in the wake of 9-11," said Sat-Kartar Khalsa, a Sikh who will participate in the ceremony at Steele Indian School Park.


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