JDDJ signatories look toward common future

The five signatories of the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification (JDDJ) looked toward a future “realizing a deeper communion towards the full visible unity of the church and to make manifest the growth in communion which… Read More

Nominations invited for prize

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Sylvia Michel Prize, a bi-annual award for women’s leadership projects in Reformed churches worldwide. The prize of US$5000 is awarded every two years by the Reformed Cantonal Church of Argovia… Read More

Sustainable Development Goals focus of international conference

The International Conference on Religions and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), held in Vatican City in early March, was attended by 500 religious representatives and focused on how the world’s religions can help in implementing the SDGs. The… Read More

WCRC mourns death of Robina Winbush

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) joins with those around the world mourning the death of Robina Winbush, director of ecumenical relations for the Presbyterian Church (USA) and a passionate and energetic leader in the WCRC. Winbush,… Read More

Kao’s faithful dedication remembered

The life of Rev. Dr. C. M. Kao will be remembered and the glory of God celebrated at a simple worship service on Friday, 22 February. Kao, the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan’s longest serving general secretary, passed away… Read More

In Cuba, Kassab calls for churches to be sign of hope

Lives can be transformed in an instant; in other circumstances, it can take years, even decades, to enact change. WCRC President Najla Kassab’s recent visit to Cuba demonstrated both. The day before Kassab arrived in Cuba, a freak… Read More

God’s call guides young leader

“Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.”—Matthew 25:40 (NRSV) Guided by these verses (and those preceding it), Katalin… Read More

Call made for action against discrimination

A Consultation on Resisting Cultures of Discrimination, Authoritarianism and Nationalism has “discerned this to be a kairos moment when God has issued a challenge for decisive action. The appropriate theological response at this moment requires status confessionis.” The… Read More

Call for prayers and support after devastating seminary fire

A fire significantly damaged a dormitory at the Károli Gáspár Reformed University in the centre of Budapest, Hungary, earlier this week. One hundred firefighters responded and battled the flames for hours with the dormitory and nearby buildings evacuated…. Read More

AIPRAL and WCRC Statement on Venezuela

The Alliance of Presbyterian and Reformed Churches of Latin America (AIPRAL) and the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) have long been attentive to and accompanying those involved in the difficult situation in Venezuela with several pastoral visits… Read More