Member Church News: Calvin’s Beatles, Tangerine Partnership, Presbyterian Activist

Hundreds attended a memorial service for Reverend Kao Chun-ming (高俊明), 89, a Presbyterian pastor known for democracy activism. spoke with Randy J. Mayer, pastor of the United Church of Christ in Sahuarita, Arizona, USA, and one of the founders of Green Valley-Sahuarita Samaritans, an organization that provides humanitarian assistance to migrants in border areas with Mexico.

New videos feature “Calvin’s Beatles:” Back to God Ministries International and Calvin Seminary have produced a series of Chinese and English videos featuring four great Christian thinkers.

At a conference in Australia, the Indonesian Communion of Churches said that poverty, inequality, radicalism and environmental destruction were the four issues that the Indonesian churches had identified as the biggest threats to justice in their country.

The Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar have partnered to help families grow tangerines as cash crop.

During the season of Lent, which starts on 6 March, Church of Scotland members are being invited to make a change to their lifestyles that will help make a positive difference to climate change and create a sustainable future for our planet and for generations to come.

Racism, climate change and economic justice in the spotlight of World Council of Churches international affairs meeting in Indonesia.

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