Interfaith Forum on Religion Art and Architecture Leadership

Pathways to Involvement

Many of you have asked how to become more involved in the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture. In addition to attending our conferences and tours, we hope you'll join us in making IFRAA a learning community that's increasingly your first-stop reference for best practices in religious and spiritual architecture. This is a great way to get to know colleagues from around the country and share insights and resources in a noncompetitive environment. Below you'll find a summary of how we’re organized and what we hope to accomplish.

Development Committee
Purpose: Grow, sustain and strengthen IFRAA.

Education Committee
Purpose: Provide valuable service to architects, artists and ministry leaders representing diverse faith traditions.

Collaboration Committee
Purpose: Develop, promote and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with other organizations, institutions and individuals.

Design Committee
Purpose: Encourage and facilitate excellence in the design of religious art and architecture.

If you are interested in joining any of these committees, please contact

Charles Hultstrand, AIA

Scott Dale Hall, AIA
Omniplan, Inc. | Dallas TX

James Theimer, AIA
Trilogy Architecture | Redding, CA

Douglas Hanson, AIA
HansonLA architecture and design | Los Angeles

Katherine Ball, AIA
LS3P Associates, LTD. | Raleigh, NC

Stephen Pickard, AIA
GFF | Dallas, TX