The Religion Communicators Council is an interfaith communications organization working to promote peace and fellowship while spreading the good news.

Nashville, TN, 12th January 2024, ZEX PR WIRE, The Nashville Religion Communicators Council (RCC) proudly unveils its year in review for 2023, highlighting a year of collective efforts, resilience, and meaningful community impact. As an organization dedicated to fostering understanding and collaboration among diverse religious communities, the RCC has played a pivotal role in promoting unity and harmony throughout the year.

“People of faith have influence,” says Board Member of the Nashville Chapter, Julie Brinker, who also does community relations with the Church of Scientology, “We all need to step out and speak up because the good news, of which there is an abundance, tends to be overshadowed.”

In the face of unprecedented challenges, the RCC remained steadfast in its commitment to fostering interfaith dialogue and collaboration. Despite the global pandemic, the Council adapted and continued to serve as a beacon of hope, connecting individuals and communities through shared values and a commitment to building bridges across religious traditions.

As we look back on the achievements of 2023, the Nashville Religion Communicators Council expresses gratitude to its members, partners, and the broader community for their unwavering support. The RCC remains dedicated to its mission of fostering understanding, respect, and collaboration among Nashville’s diverse religious communities, and looks forward to another year of making a positive impact on the city and its residents.

For more information about the Nashville Religion Communicators Council and its initiatives, please visit religioncommunicators.org

About Nashville Religion Communicators Council:

The longest running interfaith communications organization in the United States, the Religion Communicators Council (RCC), has chapters across the country that meet regularly and promote “excellence in the communication of religious faith and values in the public arena and encourage understanding among religious and faith groups,” according to the RCC website. In Nashville, the RCC Chapter meets monthly to promote its ideals through conversations and learn from their peers about specific communications techniques to help in their professional development.

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