History and Focus

The Wyoming Interfaith Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit ecumenical faith-based organization with the mission to promote social and environmental justice in Wyoming through prayer, discernment, leadership, advocacy, service and study. We began in 1976 as the Wyoming Church Coalition replacing the Wyoming Church Council that had formed in the 1960’s. In 2003, we changed the name to the Wyoming Association of Churches and the by-laws amended to broaden membership. October of 2017, we changed our name to the Wyoming Interfaith Network to broaden our membership further and include all peoples of faith. 

Membership is based on a commitment to come together with others, putting aside our differences, to advance our mission. Three teams work to implement the mission through education and advocacy. The three teams are Spiritual Life Team, On Sacred Ground Team, and Peace & Justice Team.

W.I.N. at PO Box 1473, Laramie, WY 82073.


Wyoming Interfaith Network

PO Box 1473

Laramie, WY 82073

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Regular Staff Members

Tigerlilly Bowlsby

Chesie Lee

Clarice Luck

Members of the Board

Kenneth Ingram


Warren Murphy


Rabbi Larry Moldo

Rhoda Anderson

Bill Mankin

American Baptist

Bob McNamera

Evangelical Lutheran Church of America – Rocky Mountain Conference

Bob Miller

United Church of Christ – Montana/N. Wyoming

Carl Carmichael

United Methodist – Yellowstone Conference

Dee Lundberg

United Church of Christ – Rocky Mountain Conference

Doug Goodwin

Disciples of Christ

Gail Ridely

Judy Eicher

United Methodist – Rocky Mountain Conference

Linda Fleming


Steve Shive

Presbyterian (USA)