The Mission of the
Piedmont Interfaith Council is to build bridges of communication,
reconciliation and understanding between all ethnic and religious
groups in the Piedmont.
Since its inauguration in 1983, Piedmont Interfaith Council’s
goal has been to build bridges of understanding and appreciation
of cultural differences, and to nourish and expand the ecumenical
spirit. There are many evidences of PIC's work throughout the community,
including the design and Dedication of the Interfaith Chapel at
Moses Cone Hospital by our multicultural Committee. PIC is a local
organization with over twenty-five years of success in bringing together
people of all ages, through shared experiences.
As our community continues to become more global in its constituency
and in its interactions through business, education and politics,
it is imperative that we foster increased dialogue and acceptance
of our neighbors’ traditions. PIC and its mission are needed
for a just and secure community and the well-being and success of
each of us.
The Piedmont Interfaith Council does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.