Gender justice focus of first Accra+10 consultation

The first in a series of bi-regional consultations focused through the Accra Confession took place in Ghana in November. Participants from the Africa Communion of Reformed Churches (ACRC) and Northeast Asia Area Council (NEAAC) came together under the… Read More

Aid needed for flood victims

The Church of South India (CSI), a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, has issued an urgent appeal for aid as they respond to severe flooding in Tamil Nadu. The WCRC’s Reformed Partnership Fund (RPF) is… Read More

Partnership helps Myanmar flood recovery

The worst flooding in decades hit Myanmar (Burma) over the summer, displacing tens of thousands of people and destroying homes, infrastructure and crops. Rain began at the end of June, accelerated in July, when it rained continuously for… Read More

In the wake of the attacks on Beirut and Paris

Live in harmony with one another; do not be haughty, but associate with the lowly; do not claim to be wiser than you are. Do not repay anyone evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble… Read More

Deepening communion is goal of Anglican-Reformed dialogue

“Communion” is the theme of the first dialogue in more than 30 years between the Anglican and Reformed communions. It is hoped that this dialogue will result in a “better understanding of each other during a time of… Read More

GEM school seeking applicants

The World Communion of Reformed Churches, the Council for World Mission, the World Council of Churches and the Lutheran World Federation have been working together to create a New International Financial and Economic Architecture (NIEFA). The latest component… Read More

Commitments come from re-engagement with Accra Confession

Representatives of World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) members in the south Asia region gathered earlier this year for a consultation driven by the tenants of the Accra Confession. The Accra Confession, a prophetic statement on economic and… Read More

Solidarity visit to Zagreb strengthens ties

With its origins in Europe, the history and traditions of the Reformation are strong across much of the continent. And yet there are member churches of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) that are distinct minorities in… Read More

Contract for 2017 General Council signed between the WCRC and Leipzig Fairgrounds

The contract for the venue of the 2017 General Council was officially signed by Chris Ferguson, WCRC general secretary, and Markus Geisenberger, the Leipzig conference centre’s CEO, in the presence of the mayor of the city of Leipzig,… Read More

A Letter on the Refugee Crisis in Europe

Take the noise of your songs away from me! I won’t listen to the music of your harps. But let justice flow like a river, and let goodness flow like a never-ending stream. —Amos 5:23-24 (NCV) Dear sisters… Read More