Each faith community has unique concerns, but broad public policy consensus brings together diverse communities to address injustice. The Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center (GIPPC) is uniquely positioned to support the moral voice of the faith community on behalf of people who are marginalized and have limited ability to participate in policy advocacy.

Our advocacy efforts focus on three methods:

Legislative Advocacy

Much of our direct advocacy focuses on the Georgia General Assembly. In this aspect of our work, we collaborate with legislators, staff, and coalition partners to develop policies that support our positions on the issues. As an organization working to unite rather than divide Georgians, we always strive to support more bills than we oppose and seek out legislation with bipartisan support that aligns with our mutual faith-based values.

We provide access to advocacy training so that people of faith throughout Georgia are comfortable speaking with their legislators both at home and at the Capitol. GIPPC facilitates one-on-one meetings with our legislative leaders, monitors issues of interest to the faith community, and mobilizes our network of advocates when action is needed. 

Coalition Building

We also work with like-minded organizations around Georgia to build coalitions on issues affecting our state. By combining voices, we have a greater impact on policy outcomes.


The Center is a source of education to people of faith and their communities on the issues, how to advocate, and why we are called, as people of faith, to this work. We work to deepen the spiritual life of Georgians as they learn how and practice putting their faith into action.

Office Location

PO Box 15528 Atlanta, GA  30333