Member Church News: Movements and Transformations

J. Herbert Nelson was overwhelmingly elected stated clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA), becoming the first black man selected as the top ecclesial officer of the United States’ largest Reformed body, a largely white denomination.

Transforming the future by reconciling the past: Christians in North and South Korea pray armistice agreement may become peace treaty.

Marching for peace in Japan: Read how not having a Korean treaty threatens peace in Northeast Asia in this blog posted from the United Church of Canada.

Rev. Dr. Hyeong Tae Kim, former moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Korea and a prominent leader of the Korean ecumenical movement, has passed away.

A Syrian grandmother is the first of her family to reach her new home in Newfoundland, hosted by a United Church of Canada minister who renovated a basement apartment specifically for the refugees.

Stuart McMillan, the president of the Uniting Church in Australia, has called the people of the Uniting Church to pray for our Papuan brothers and sisters in Christ as the Evangelical Christian Church in the Land of Papua (Gereja Kristen Injili Di Tanah Papua ‘GKI-TP’) lead their people through troubled times.

The Humanitarian Corridors project of the Waldensiam Church of Italy was presented to the European Parliament in Brussels.

The Conference of European Churches grieves loss of life in Istanbul and sends condolences to the Ecumenical Patriarch.

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