Faith Leaders United is a diverse network of faith leaders from across the United States dedicated to protecting religious freedom for all people, while also ensuring that religion is not used to harm others.


We believe that religion should lift up, protect and serve others. As faith leaders, we have all seen firsthand the pain and division that is caused when some seek to use religion to discriminate or impose their particular religious beliefs on others.

Faith Leaders United is comprised of faith leaders working to create a national climate where religion is never used as an excuse to deny the advances in LGBTQ rights, women’s equality, access to comprehensive reproductive health, and racial justice.


Let’s work together in this critical effort to advocate for social justice, human dignity, and religious freedom for all. I hope that you will commit to joining us. 

~ Sabrina E. Dent, Senior Faith Adviser


Faith Leader Pledge

If you are a faith leader and are passionate about working for religious freedom for all people, while ensuring religion is not being used to harm or discriminate against others, then we would love to have you join our Faith Leaders United network, which unites people from all religious backgrounds from all over the country. 



No Politicking: Protecting the Johnson Amendment

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Houses of worship should be free from the scrutiny and influence of politics. The November election is a critical time for all Americans.  It is usually when religious leaders remind their congregations and communities to exercise their civic duty by voting.  This program will highlight the history and importance of protecting the Johnson Amendment.


  • Maggie Garrett, VP of Public Policy - Americans United
  • Rev. Wendell Griffen, Sixth Circuit Judge and Pastor at New Millennium Church
  • Rabbi Robert Barr, Congregation Beth Adam
  • Suhag Shukla, Esq.,  Co-founder and Executive Director - Hindu American Foundation (moderator)

More information on the Johnson Amendment can be found here.