One of the Bureau's main objectives is to disseminate information on the ministry, doctrine and work of the Second Advent Church as a public service to interested organizations and study groups. The Bureau also arranges for participation by ministers and church representatives at special ecumenical events, such as interfaith services and prayer breakfasts. In addition, the Bureau makes available ministers to give invocations and benedictions at legislative meetings and other professional gatherings.
On behalf of the Advocates for Religious Rights & Freedoms, the Speakers Bureau arranges lectures on topics of contemporary concern, e.g., human spiritual rights and the separation of church and state.
To arrange for lectures by the International Community of Christ or Advocates for Religious Rights & Freedoms, please contact the Speakers Bureau.
Nevada Clergymen's Association
The Nevada Clergymen's Association is a free association of individual members of the clergy that has been formed to protect the civil and religious rights and liberties of members of the clergy and their organizations. It is a non-profit organization which relies heavily on the volunteer efforts of its members and takes action on issues that affect a number of religious groups.
The purpose of the Association is to safeguard the civil and religious rights and liberties of all churches, synagogues, temples and other religious societies or organizations existing within the State of Nevada. The Association represents their special needs before all appropriate government officials and agencies (whether federal, state, county, municipal or other political subdivisions, public utility), businesses, neighborhood associations, property owners organizations or private citizens in order to ensure the separation of church and state.
Membership is open to clergy of all faithsordained ministers, pastors, rabbis, priests, the religious, and other leaders of religious societies or congregations.