Member Church News: Sanctuary, Advocacy, Art, Credit

Members of a small congregation in Toronto, Canada, are celebrating. On Sunday the member of parliament for their riding came to the church to announce that the federal government has granted residency status to a Roma family that… Read More

Member Church News: Lent, Justice, Solidarity, Relief

Do Justice, a blog shaped by a variety of voices examining and reflecting on justice issues with a Reformed accent, has a post called Who is She: The Stories Behind the Red Dress, focusing on the more than… Read More

Member Church News: Meetings, Journeys, Prayers

The Northeast Asia Area Council held its bi-annual meeting in Seoul, South Korea, this past week. It was covered by the Christian Broadcasting Service, which has posted a video overview (in Korean with some English). Change is coming… Read More

Reformed Tastes: A holistic approach to development

WCRC members carry out their ministries and missions in a wide variety of ways and contexts. Through this online series, Reformed Tastes, we hope to bring you short insights into what members of the Communion are doing, thinking… Read More

Stressing the roots of our core values in addressing the refugee situation – An interview with Dr Douwe Visser

Attending the WCC/UN high level conference on the refugee crisis in Europe on 18-19 January, executive secretary for theology of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) Dr Douwe Visser was interviewed by the World Council of Churches… Read More

Member Church News: Hope, Ministry, Racism, Refugees

Ecumenical Pastor Thomas Fender goes to Syria and finds signs of hope for the future in the churches there (in German). Meanwhile, Martin Engels, of the Reformed Alliance (Germany), has criticized the planned tightening of asylum for refugees… Read More

Member Church News: Allies, Celebrations, Calls, Devotions

The Allies Next Door: Muslim neighbors stand guard over Christian clinic in Niger. Fifty years ago, Gordon Buys of Christian Reformed World Missions served as one of the first teachers at what was then the Wukari Combined Secondary… Read More

Member Church News: Peace, Asylum, Protests, Prayers

The National Council of Churches in Korea, as well as the Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea, have called for a re-commitment to peace, reconciliation and reunification after the rise in tensions on the Korean peninsula. A… Read More

Reformed Tastes: Our diversity becomes our strength

WCRC members carry out their ministries and missions in a wide variety of ways and contexts. Through this online series, Reformed Tastes, we hope to bring you short insights into what members of the Communion are doing, thinking… Read More

Member Church News: Logos, Songs, Reflections, Actions

The Presbyterian Church in Singapore has selected a logo to celebrate their 135th anniversary. Martin Engels, moderator of the Reformed Alliance, shares an Epiphany reflection on the status of asylum seekers in Germany (in German). Hope Incarnated: The… Read More