Welcome to the American Religious Town Hall Meeting, Inc.
American Religious Town Hall Meeting is a non-profit organization dedicated to:
- - The preservation of basic American civil and religious liberties including freedom of speech and freedom to worship God as one chooses.
- - Fostering a spirit of unity among all religions and encouraging interfaith understanding in an atmosphere of cooperation without compromise.
- - Educating the American public regarding varying viewpoints through weekly worldwide television broadcast
The Charter of the American Religious Town Hall Meeting provides that Roman Catholics, Protestants, Jews, educators, and others may come on this panel and declare their beliefs without hesitancy and the rest of the members of the panel will uphold and guarantee American rights to all who will appear, regardless of race or creed, so that the rest of the world can see that America really believes in civil and religious freedom not only in theory but in reality.
|Dr. Bert Beach||a Seventh-day Adventist minister who worked for years at the Adventist world headquarters as a specialist in religious liberty|
|Bishop Michael Duca||Catholic Diocese of Shreveport, Shreveport, Louisiana|
|Reverend Ray Flachmeier||a retired Lutheran minister living in Richardson, Texas. He serves in interim pastoral positions as needed|
|Bishop Othal Hawthorne Lakey||presides over the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church for the state of Georgia|
|Dr. Allan Lane||pastors the Fort Graham Baptist Church near Lake Whitney, Texas|
|Rabbi Jordan Ofseyer||is rabbi of Beth Tzedec Congregation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Reverend Tom Plumbley||is senior pastor of the First Christian Church in Ft. Worth, Texas|
|Monsignor Michael Olson||Rector, Holy Trinity Seminary, Irving, Texas|
|Reverend Canon John L. Peterson||Center for Global Justice & Reconciliation, Washington National Cathedral, Washington|