Member Church & Partner News: Is health care requirement for Justice? Fighting Racism, Gender Equity and Peace initiatives

A United Church of Canada congregation in Ottawa fights racism with lawn signs welcoming refugees.

John Calvin argued that those who do not share with the poor when they are in need are guilty of theft – and potentially of murder.

Hong Kong Christian Council Letter to the US Government on THAAD Deployment in South Korea

The Christian Reformed Church in North America’s Prayer Summit 2017 asked for God’s grace and the Lord’s healing hand to touch the persecuted Christian church in the Middle East and to bring comfort and an end to widespread drought in Africa.

As church attendance steadily declines across Australia, in Uniting Church congregations and faith communities made up of diverse cultures, the number of young people is increasing.

The International Day of Remembrance of the victims of slavery and the transatlantic slave trade.

This year “Theological Conversations”—a series of papers from the Presbyterian Church (USA)—will focus on the question “As Presbyterians, what gifts from the Reformation do we have that we can bring forward in the next 500 years, for the sake of the church and the world?” The latest paper, “Words Matter” was written by the Rev. Mary Beth Anton, a PC (USA) pastor in the Presbytery of Tres Rios.

A Presbyterian Ethicist draws inspiration from the global church.

The Church of Scotland has teamed up with a renowned peace-making organisation to create an innovative new resource designed to use the power of the Bible to resolve conflict.

The Church of South India recommits to gender equity in society, and to begin with the Church

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