WCRC deepens commitment in Middle East

The executive committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) concluded its meeting in Lebanon by issuing a call to its churches for greater solidarity and action to help bring peace to the Middle East. “This statement… Read More

Ferguson challenges WCRC to respond to God’s fierce call

In his report to the executive committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), Chris Ferguson, the general secretary, called for a refocusing of the organization’s work around its calling to communion and commitment to justice, framed… Read More

Pillay challenges Communion to get “hands dirty” in work for justice

In his address to the executive committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, President Jerry Pillay noted two particular challenges facing the world today—injustice and fragmentation—and called the Communion to “work for justice, peace and unity in… Read More

Pillay makes call to “stand with God”

“God wants to restore God’s world. God calls us to stand up and work for justice, peace and reconciliation, bringing the fullness of life to all,” said Jerry Pillay, World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) president, in his… Read More

German Reformed Alliance elects new moderator

The Reformed Alliance in Germany (Reformierte Bund) held its General Assembly from 23 to 25 April in Villigst (Westfalia). Delegates of Reformed churches from all parts of the country elected new members to the executive committee, as well… Read More

German Reformed Alliance elects new moderator

The Reformed Alliance in Germany (Reformierte Bund) held its General Assembly from 23 to 25 April in Villigst (Westfalia). Delegates of Reformed churches from all parts of the country elected new members to the executive committee, as well… Read More

WCRC joins calls for just treatment of migrants

The World Communion of Reformed Churches joins other religious and humanitarian organizations in calling for a just response to the increasing number of people dying while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea to seek asylum in Europe. Rt… Read More

Church in Transcarpathia serves in faith

The Reformed Church in Transcarpathia has been facing challenging times for most of its existence. Today, it finds itself a double minority—a Protestant church in an Orthodox country and an ethnically Hungarian community in a Slavic nation. While… Read More

Reformed-Catholic dialogue creates lasting friendships

In the final dialogue session between the Catholic Church and the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) participants summed up their discussions on the themes of justification and sanctification, word and sacrament and justice in preparation of the… Read More

Award recognizes women leaders

Two women from two generations have been recognized for their work both as leaders and for developing leaders in their church. Yvette Rabemila and Brigitte Rabarijaona, both ordained ministers in the Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar, were… Read More