Youth invited to special gathering

Making new friends from around the world, deepening a relationship with Christ and engaging in critical issues is only a taste of what’s planned for the Youth Gathering in the week before the 2017 General Council. “This event… Read More

Dialogue focuses on ministering to the world

In the third session of the current Pentecostal-Reformed Dialogue, representatives of various classical Pentecostal churches and a delegation from the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) met under the theme “Ministering to the Needs of the World: Mission… Read More

Greek evangelicals welcome refugees

It began with simple acts of hospitality and has since become a life-changing mission. The arrival of thousands upon thousands of Middle Eastern refugees more than a year ago shocked members of the Greek Evangelical Church (GEC) into… Read More

WCRC Europe task force addresses migration issues

The unprecedented flood of refugees into Europe prompted the Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches in Europe (WCRC Europe) to create a “Task Force on Migration and Refugee” to explore appropriate responses to the crisis. These… Read More

WCRC calls for aid for flood victims

“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick… Read More

Applications due in November for three youth opportunities

Three WCRC programmes focused on youth development are currently open for applications—and all have deadlines in November: The WCRC’s year-long internship programme: 1 November The 2017 Global Institute of Theology: 15 November 2017 General Council stewardship programme: 18… Read More

Visit to North Korea promotes dialogue for peace

A World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) delegation visiting the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea “heard the urgent wish for the de-escalation of provocation and tension, the need to reestablish dialogue and negotiations and the desire to change… Read More

Anglican-Reformed dialogue focuses on the nature of communion

The International Reformed-Anglican Dialogue (IRAD) between the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) and the Anglican Communion met for its second meeting, at Clare College, Cambridge, England, 2 to 8 September 2016. The co-chairs are Elizabeth Welch (Reformed)… Read More

GEM school ends with hope for a better tomorrow

“As a professor of economics and economic ethics with a theological background, and as dean of the GEM school, I can say that pluralistic economics—getting new prominence as an international student initiative—is an attempt to challenge neo-liberal monolithic… Read More

A just financial and economic architecture is possible, students find

The globalization of the world economy has not been an even process, and in many ways governance for the protection of capital has overtaken governance for the protection of human well-being. A recent Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics… Read More