(A) To further the spirit of ecumenicity and understanding among all religious groups as they relate to the community.
(B) To educate the broader communities and religious organizations about the role of religion and spirituality in the community.
(C) To address, as religious professionals, issues in the larger society as they impact all communities.
(D) To provide educated chaplains to our communities serving but not limited to our police and fire departments, hospitals, schools, nursing homes, and prisons.
(E) To provide a continuing professional fellowship and education and support for chaplains