Worship central to successful council

Regardless of geographic origin or experiences on general councils, the members of the 2017 General Council’s worship committee all agree: worship is the foundation on which everything else is built. “Coming together for a council on the one… Read More

Ecumenical relationships drive interns

Despite differing approaches an interest in strengthening ecumenical knowledge and relationships drives both of the current interns at the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC). “My previous work experience has supplied me with knowledge about the local level… Read More

2016 Easter Message: Conquered Fears

Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, Easter Greetings! These are tense times, with terrorist attacks around the world, struggles to end the war in Syria, the unprecedented suffering of refugees, systematic racism, mass incarceration, human trafficking and exploitation… Read More

Finding refuge in God after Brussels

In this most holy of weeks, we join with our sisters and brothers to mourn the senseless deaths of those in Brussels.

Dimitrios Boukis: The Church should become a real solution

Sabine Dreßler talked to Rev. Dimitrios Boukis, general secretary of the Evangelical Church of Greece, about the current situation of refugees in Greece. How do you experience the current situation in Athens where so many refugees are stranded?… Read More

Accra+10 consultation in the Americas calls for action

The second bi-regional consultation focused through the Accra Confession took place in Cuba in January. Participants from the Latin America Alliance of Presbyterian and Reformed Churches (AIPRAL) and the Caribbean and North American Area Council (CANAAC) came together… Read More

Conference focuses on migration and aggression in Europe

The remains of the Great Church of Emden, a splendid Gothic style construction that was destroyed by Allied bombs during World War II, were transformed in the 1990s into a specialized library for the history of the Reformed church… Read More

Earthquake relief and recovery efforts continue in Taiwan

In the early hours of Saturday, 6 February, the southern part of Taiwan was hit by an earthquake, causing extensive damage to Tainan and surrounding areas, injuring hundreds and killing more than two dozen people. The Presbyterian Church… Read More

Pray for peace on the Korean peninsula

May the God of steadfastness and encouragement grant you to live in harmony with one another, in accordance with Christ Jesus… —Romans 15:5 In August we issued a call to prayer on behalf of our sisters and brothers… Read More

Reformed-Pentecostal dialogue focuses on mission and salvation

The second round of meetings in the Reformed-Pentecostal Dialogue took place in December at the St. Paul Cultural Center in Antalya, Turkey, under the theme “Ministering to the Needs of the World: Mission and Salvation.” “Folks from Reformed… Read More