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Organization Nashua Area Interfaith Council
History NAIC grew out of a tradition of Community Lenten Services held at First Church in the 1940s, then changed to encourage the development of a broader diversity of joint activities involving laity.
City Nashua, New Hampshire. USA
Values no research info so far
Vision no vision statement info
Mission To create a climate of understanding, respect, education and support.

To worship together as a witness to our unity before God. To work together as an interfaith fellowship in service to our community and world.

Approach An ecumenical organization representing approximately twenty faith based organizations in the greater Nashua area. The Interfaith Council was formed to foster understanding and respect between religious faiths, to allow us to live in the tension between the call of our individual faith traditions and the commonality of all great religious traditions, namely to love and to care for one another.
Structure execitive board, assemblies, commitees. member congregations.
Scale Moderate
Scope Local
Activity Hospice Care, the Nashua Soup Kitchen, a chaplaincy at Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center, advocate social awareness and community services.
Religion Secular, Christian
Words laity, community, health, action
Acronym NAIC
Contact no research info
Email no research info