The Religion Communicators Council is a not-for-profit religious and educational organization and operates within the Religion Communicators Council Bylaws.
Religion Communicators Council: A Brief History
The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) has been promoting faith perspectives in public discourse since 1929. The council is the oldest public relations professional organization in the United States. The council today has more than 400 members across the United States. They work in print and electronic communication, advertising, and public relations. Originally an all-Protestant organization, the council now has members representing Bahá'í, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim faith communities. Learn more in Religion Communicators Council: A Brief History.
Explore the highlights of the Religion Communicators Council over the last 80+ years of promoting faith perspectives in public discourse in the RCC Timeline.
The Meaning Behind the RCC Logo
The logo of Religion Communicators Council is a central dot surrounded by concentric circles representing the evolution of the ways we communicate and the expansion of communication disciplines in the information age.
The central core also signifies a well-planned public relations program from which the concentric circles emanate and exemplify the many interdependent relations that make the program successful.
RCC 85th Anniversary History
The History of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC): 85 Years of Growth in a World of Change is a celebration of 85 years of the Religion Communicators Council with RCC events set in the context of the wider world of religion and communications from the 1920s to 2014. Produced by Mike Hickcox and debuted at the RCC 2014 National Convention.
Passing On The Fire: W.C. Fields reviews 70 years of RPRC/RCC
An overview of the work and activities of the Religion Communicators Council (RCC), formerly known as the Religious Public Relations Council (RPRC), from 1929 to 1999.
RPRC: A 50-Year Reflection
RPRC: A 50-Year Reflection presents a history of the first 50 years of the Religion Communicators Council, known as the Religious Public Relations Council (RPRC), when the history was written in 1979. Authored by George Dugan, Caspar H. Nannes, and R. Marshall Stross, the reflection covers the beginnings in 1929, growth, origins of awards, and many stories of our founders and active members from 1929 to 1979.