Communion mourns passing of Omega Bula

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) joins its ecumenical siblings around the world in mourning the passing of Omega Chilufya Bula, who passed away on 31 January from heart complications after a long battle with cancer. “Omega… Read More

Applications invited for Rome liaison

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), along with the Church of Scotland, and in partnership with the Tavola Valdese, are seeking a person to serve in Rome, Italy, as both the minister of St. Andrew’s Church and… Read More

Internship applications for 2023 invited

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) is accepting applications for its internship programme. The programme gives highly qualified young people an opportunity to gain valuable experience working with an international ecumenical organization. The internship will be for… Read More

Applications invited for GEM School 2023

Applications are open for the Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics and Management (GEM School) for an Economy of Life, which will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 21 August through 1 September 2023. In order to strengthen… Read More

Commendations sent on appointment of women to negotiate Colombian peace agreement

In a letter to Colombian president Gustavo Petro Urrego, and to the high commissioner for peace Danilo Rueda Rodriguéz, the World Council of Churches, World Communion of Reformed Churches, and ACT Alliance congratulated the government of Colombia for… Read More

Latest Reformed World focuses on disabilities

The most recent issue of Reformed World, the WCRC’s theological journal, is focused on the intersections of church and disability. “Over the centuries, people with disabilities have been silenced, and often this has been truer in the church… Read More

NIFEA partners urge G20 leaders to tackle crises

The five partners in the NIFEA effort have sent a letter to the G20 leaders, urging them “to ‘recover together’ and ‘recover stronger’” from intertwined crises as a global community. Noting three interlocking crises—social, climate, and economic—along with… Read More

Symposium honors theology of Kim Yong-Bok

“Witnessing to a God of Life” was the theme for an ecumenical symposium paying tribute to the late Kim Yong-Bok. “We invite you to engage with us in the ideas of the theology of life, which sees all… Read More

Kassab addresses Swiss synod

Najla Kassab, president of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, brought greetings to the Synod of the Protestant Church in Switzerland. “We thank God for the opportunity of meeting as partners and members in the World Communion of… Read More

Mfutila awarded Sylvia Michel Prize

Rebecca Mutumosi Mfutila, an ordained minister in the Evangelical Community of the Kwango (Communauté Evangélique du Kwango (CEK)) was awarded the 2022 Sylvia Michel Prize in Bern, Switzerland, on 7 November. The Sylvia Michel Prize, co-sponsored by the… Read More