Amazon at grave risk

An online ecumenical conversation entitled “Creation Groans in the Amazon” on 22 August focused on the Amazon forest as a “sacred space for 34 million people suffering from the growth of inequality, land invasion, extractivism, relaxation of environmental… Read More


In light of the devastating fires that are threatening the Amazon rainforest, the Evangelical Coalition for Climate Justice in Brazil has issued a statement, asking for forgiveness of the indigenous population and urging both the Brazilian government and… Read More

Member Church News: Prayer, Reflection, Dancing

The World Day of Prayer 2021 is on Friday, 5 March, and focused on Vanuatu. Read more and find resources from the Uniting Church in Australia or the Protestant Church in Switzerland. Own an Alexa device? To listen… Read More

Dialogue report on koinonia commended for use

Koinonia: God’s Gift and Calling, the report of the International Reformed–Anglican Dialogue (IRAD), was officially introduced at a webinar co-hosted by the Anglican Communion and World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC). Howard Gregory, an Anglican Archbishop from the… Read More

All invited to webinar on koinonia

The International Reformed–Anglican Dialogue (IRAD) published its latest report, Koinonia: God’s Gift and Calling, in November 2020. Koinonia is a Greek word found frequently in the New Testament that is used to describe the essential relationships that are… Read More

Dialogue report sees koinonia as God’s gift and calling

The Reformed-Anglican Dialogue’s report of its work, Koinonia: God’s Gift and Calling, is now available for purchase and downloading. The report looks at the theological foundations of koinonia (communion), how the church’s ecclesiology might be understood in the… Read More

Nyomi reflects on 40 years of ministry in new book

After many years of being pestered by people to write memoirs of his life and ministry, Setri Nyomi, former general secretary of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), could not resist the idea anymore, despite feeling that… Read More

Feminist theologian from West Timor awarded Sylvia Michel Prize

On Sunday, 4 March, the international Sylvia Michel Prize for promoting the leadership functions of women in the church was awarded for the fifth time at a church service in Bremgarten, Switzerland. The award was given to Mery… Read More

Terence Corkin brings discernment processes to the WCRC in Leipzig

By Amy Eckert Terence Corkin, ordained minister of the Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) and a discernment facilitator and coach, arrived at the WCRC General Council in Leipzig with a new book in hand: The Church Guide for… Read More


The WCRC engages in a number of dialogues with other ecumenical, Christian organizations. Anglicans: read the final report from this dialogue, “Koinonia: God’s Gift and Calling” (or purchase through Amazon) Lutherans: read the final report from this dialogue,… Read More