Global gathering of Reformed and Catholic theologians continues forty-year dialogue

Theologians from the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU) met from 7 to 13 April at Notre Dame, Indiana, in the United States for the third session in the… Read More

Human trafficking to be focus of 2014 Lent campaign

A consultation in Cuba on the international trade in human beings for profit has concluded with a call for a campaign to make churches aware of the scale, causes and impact of what is commonly referred to as… Read More

Human trafficking is focus of church consultation in Cuba

Human trafficking in the Caribbean is the focus of an international consultation getting underway today in Cuba. Church-based justice advocates are concerned about the sale of human beings across borders for the sex trade or hard labour in… Read More

We pray for Pope’s health, says World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC)

The General Secretary of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) has issued a statement in response to the news of Pope Benedict XVI’s intention to step down at the end of this month. A message issued today… Read More

Take the Peace Train to Busan, South Korea!

We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us. Proust …Travelling with intentionality…Not just the intention to get from A to B …but with… Read More

Youth interns join WCRC team

Two youth interns have joined the WCRC staff team in Geneva for a 10-month work-study experience. Viktoria Kóczián from Hungary and Frans du Plessis from South Africa will combine studies in theology and mission with practical experience in… Read More

Reformed Communion to leave Geneva for Hanover

The Executive Committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) has voted to relocate its offices from Geneva, Switzerland to Hanover, Germany. The results of the vote taken via email were announced today by WCRC President Jerry Pillay. “We… Read More

Has security become the new religion?

Participants at a church-sponsored conference in Geneva, Switzerland on the rule of law are calling for a rethinking of the escalation of state-supported security measures. The calls come in response to reports pointing to the high cost of “securitization”… Read More