The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has paid tribute to a missionary who gave her life to help protect Jewish schoolgirls during the Second World War.
Australia Day, Invasion Day, Survival Day: a long history of celebration and contestation: Read the latest post in a series examining Australian national identity, especially around the ongoing debate about Australia Day.
Immigration advocates in New York City are resolute despite deportation of one of their leaders.
In a recent visit to South Korea, a Presbyterian Church (USA) peace delegation witnessed firsthand the human face of war. The delegation visited the War & Women’s Human Rights Museum. There
A group of theologians, church leaders and activists gathered in Elmina, Ghana, to engage in the second hearing within the Council for World Mission Legacies of Slavery process. They gathered to begin to reflect on the historic and contemporary legacies of slavery in the African context.
The Council of Christian Churches in France (CÉCEF) is encouraging local churches to support a recently created Green Church environmental certification label, asking that offerings made at ecumenical services during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity go to help finance the initiative.
Seven pastor-scholars have crafted new Bible studies to enable congregations everywhere to wrestle with biblical insights into their journey of faith and the imperatives of contemporary discipleship that lie behind the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace (PJP).