WCRC calls for solidarity and protection of Colombian peacemakers

On Saturday, July 14, 2018, an illegal armed group, “Águilas Negras”, issued death threats towards a group of social leaders, human rights defenders, organizations and journalists. Among those named was JUSTAPAZ, a Christian Mennonite association that partners with… Read More

Colombia: Peace with social justice

Please join our sisters and brothers working for a lasting and just peace in Colombia: “Peace with social justice”—this is the premise on which the Colombian government and the insurgency of the FARC-EP embarked on their negotiations over… Read More

From the General Secretary: Pursue Peace

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, “Turn away from evil and do good: seek peace and pursue it.” —Psalm 34:14 The Presbyterian Church of Colombia made its voice heard in the midst of a bitter and divisive presidential… Read More

WCRC reaffirms rights of migrants

“When a stranger sojourns with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you, and you shall love him as yourself, for you… Read More

Korean church leaders issue call to pursue peace, lift sanctions

A two-day historic meeting involving church leaders from both the North and South of the Korean Peninsula ended in Geneva with the Ecumenical Forum for Peace, Reunification and Development Cooperation on the Korean Peninsula (EFK) issuing a call… Read More

The Scandal of Hunger

The second annual Global Day of Prayer to End Famine is 10 June. Philip Vinod Peacock, WCRC executive secretary for justice and witness, wrote the following meditation to be shared freely. We are living in the midst of… Read More

WCRC Executive Committee issues message from Seoul

The Executive Committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, holding its annual meeting in Seoul, South Korea, issued a message to its churches calling for a continuing commitment to peace, reconciliation and justice—especially on the Korean peninsula…. Read More

Reformed communion grieves loss of Peter Borgdorff

Peter Borgdorff, former president of the Reformed Ecumenical Council and member of the WCRC Executive Committee, passed away on 21 May.

WCRC welcomes and affirms the Panmunjom declaration

World Communion of reformed Churches welcomes and affirms the Panmunjom declaration and calls on all parties concerned to hold to its commitments. We regret the recent joint military exercises by the United States of America and South Korea… Read More

Executive Committee sets direction through strategic plan

The Executive Committee of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) adopted a strategic plan to guide the work and witness of the organization through 2024. The approved strategic plan includes a new vision statement, an overarching goal,… Read More