Member Church News: climate change, assembly & prayer

AIPRAL has issued a statement expressing its deep concern about President Trump’s announcement to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. The Uniting Church in Australia has shared a prayer for action on climate… Read More

Member Church News: Peace, hunger Appeal, persecutions and others

New South Korean president receives WCC delegation to discuss churches’ role in peace initiatives for Korean peninsula. Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse, general secretary of World Council of Churches (WCC) led a delegation that met with the President of… Read More

Member Church News: Climate, prayer and interfaith dialogue.

Diakonia and the reality of Protestant Churches in Cuba. Christian diakonia is called to go beyond mitigating situations of inequality and injustice, it must explore the causes of these problems.  That is why it reaffirms that diakonia must be prophetic and… Read More

Tribute to the Very Rev. Dr. John Gatu

The World Communion of Reformed Churches received the news of the death of the Very Rev. Dr. John Gatu with a sense of sadness. He was a leader whose tremendous contribution to the Reformed family worldwide and the… Read More

Member Church News: Examples, Welcomes, Reformations

Latin American youth and women affirm that churches should be examples of struggle for justice and peace. In an affirmation of inclusiveness and ecumenism, the New York Conference of the United Church of Christ has welcomed eight newly-affiliated… Read More

Member Church News: Drought, human rights

The Uniting Church in Australia has called for prayers for South Sudan (and running an Africa Famine Appeal) while the United Church of Canada is launching an Extreme Hunger Appeal as the humanitarian crisis in Kenya, Nigeria, Somalia,… Read More

Member Church News: Symposium, Manual Scavenging, Awards and many more

On Tuesday, 9 May (Europe Day), the three cathedrals of Utrecht, Netherlands (both Protestant and Catholic), will collaborate on a symposium on the future of Europe. The symposium will make a constructive contribution to the public debate on the future… Read More

Member Church News: Women & Girl’s rights in Pakistan, Stories of migration and Reformation

International Women’s Day was marked by the Peshawar Diocese of the Church of Pakistan with a programme that focused on women’s and girls’ rights in Pakistan. The programme started with prayer and worship, and around hundred women of… Read More

Member Church News: Responses, Confessions, Visits

Partners respond to Palm Sunday terror attacks in Egypt. Synod of the Nile Moderator declares “unity and solidarity with the Coptic Orthodox Church.” Among Rolling Stone’s March 2017 list of 10 New Artists You Need to Know is Ravyn Lenae,… Read More

Easter 2017: And yet…also…

But we have this treasure in clay jars, so that it may be made clear that this extraordinary power belongs to God and does not come from us. We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed,… Read More