GBIO relies heavily on its religious leaders and on a foundation of strong and meaningful interfaith relationships among those leaders.
GBIO's Clergy Caucus gathers several times a year to strengthen these relationships across faith, denominational, geographical and ideological boundaries and to deepen understanding of one another's traditions, values and interests.
Caucus agendas allow time for shared contemplation, prayer, and text study. Meetings also offer opportunities for leadership training and reflection on clergy members’ role as public leaders.
Clergy and religious leaders who participate are representative of GBIO's religious diversity, drawing from African Methodist Episcopal, Baptist, Church of God, Church of the Nazarene, Episcopalian, Jewish (Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist), Lutheran, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, United Church of Christ, United Methodist and Muslim communities.