Inter-Religious Council

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The Emory University Inter-Religious Council (IRC) is an undergraduate interfaith leadership group on Emory's Atlanta campus that cultivates interreligious literacy, dialogue, understanding, and engagement. The IRC is composed of representatives nominated by the approximately twenty-five undergraduate religious and philosophical organizations on Atlanta campus (plus a select number of at large members), and it meets weekly to build relationships, dialogue together, and provide input and leadership for interfaith engagement at Emory.


Each year, the undergraduate religious and philosophical student organizations on Emory's Atlanta campus are requested to nominate a representative from their board or leadership team to the Atlanta Inter-Religious Council. A select number of at large members from traditions not represented by student organizations may be appointed by the Dean of Religious Life. The IRC meets weekly to build relationships, explore a range of interfaith skills and topics, and plan campus programs that promote dialogue, service, and peace-building.

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2020-2021 IRC Representatives:

Asian Christian Fellowship:

Adventist Christian Fellowship: Amar Bellevue

Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Beloved Community:

Bread Coffeehouse: Joshua MacLean

Campus Ministry International:

Catholic Student Union: Briana Delvasto

Chabad: Noah Lee

Emory Buddhist Club: Albert Terc

Emory Christian Fellowship: Ema Perez

Korean Campus Crusade for Christ:

Emory Korean Christian Association:

Fellowship of Christian Athletes: Grace Snyder

Hillel: Isabella Cantor; Olivia Dietzel; Ariela Farchi; Daniela Farchi; Josh Millin

Hindu Students Association: Rohini Guin; Himani Shetti

Holistic Hub: Prasanna Karur


Missional Community:

Muslim Students Association: Afsha Hossain; Sultan Minhas; Raheel Rahim; Nadia Saadein

Reformed University Fellowship: Stephen Mackey

Ukirk (PCUSA):

Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir:





Methodist: Chloe Camp

Baha'i: Laura Neff

Christian Orthodox:


Sikh: Sahaj Anand