INDIAN faith leaders touring Wales to learn about community schemes visited the Together Creating Communities (TCC) office in Wrexham.
Presbyterian ministers the Rev O S Mawroh and the Rev G S Lyttan are looking at how Christian denominations work together to create solutions to community problems.
TCC is made up of 30 member groups, secular and multi-faith, including the Wrexham mosque, schools, residents and churches from a range of denominations.
Mr Mawroh and Mr Lyttan met TCC representatives from Catholic, Quaker, Church in Wales, Methodist and Presbyterian member groups.
They learned of the history and philosophy of broad-based community organising, as well as the wider work on poverty, policing, the environment, citizenship in schools and issues that affect daily lives, such as getting a pavement outside houses.
'I was particularly interested to learn about TCC's training courses and I hope to arrange to send ministers from India to Wales to attend so that they can bring benefits home to India,' said Mr Mawroh. 'It is good to see people putting aside all their differences, be they religious, racial or anything else, for the common good.'
Mr Lyttan said: 'It has been inspirational to meet those involved and to learn how effective it is when churches work together.'
Sam Rex, an organiser with TCC, said: 'It was good for us in TCC to sit down and listen to each other and revisit our history.'