Member Church News: Campaigning, Caring, Christmas-ing

Deidre Palmer, president of the Uniting Church in Australia, and 15 prominent Uniting Church women lent their voices to the international campaign #FromOurHouseToYours. Pastoral care in Aargau becomes ecumenical: the Reformed Church and the Roman Catholic Church in… Read More

Member Church News: Supporters, Reformers, Gatherers

3 December was the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Alexandra Kovács Nógrádiné, the Reformed Church in Hungary’s pastor for their Ministry to the Visually Impaired and Blind, speaks about the ministry and the everyday lives of visually… Read More

Member Church News: Looking back and ahead

Over 160 years ago, Presbyterians established their first churches in Colombia. All these years later, the Presbyterian Church of Colombia is still doing important and impactful work. Seth Senyo Agidi, moderator of the General Assembly of the Evangelical… Read More

Member Church News: Love, Fruitcakes, Fear

Church must fight fear and racism with organized love, the United Church of Christ leader advises German partners. The United States is in danger of abandoning two long-held commitments – welcoming the stranger and struggling for civil rights… Read More

Member Church News: Gathering, Supporting, Training

“We need to invite the youth to get together, listen to each other, and feel that we belong together,” believes Rev. Péter Szenn, Bishop of the Reformed Christian Calvinist Church in Croatia. The representatives of the Hungarian Reformed… Read More

Member Church News: Partnerships, Awards, Remembrances

A visit by the moderator of the Tavola Valdese to Switzerland will mark a decades-long relationship of mutual support with the Canton of Bern and other Swiss churches. A regional chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations has… Read More

Member Church News: Pastors, Tweens, First Peoples

The fifth “Pastoralkolleg” training seminar was held in Paraguay, which brings together ministers and ministers of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia and the Evangelical Church of the River de la Plata. Two staffers at the Presbyterian Ministry at… Read More

Reformation encourages accountability

Happy Reformation Day! From the streets of Beirut, in the midst of a devolution I greet you today as we remember and celebrate Reformation Day. One of the strongest lessons that the Reformation taught us is accountability—that leaders… Read More

Member Church News: Protests, Forgivenesses, Gatherings

Evangelical, Catholic and Orthodox church leaders in Lebanon met to discuss the current situation in the country, issuing a joint statement about the protests and needs for reform. Almost 6,000 families on the South Side of Chicago, USA,… Read More


Women gathered in Mexico from all over the American continent in early October, to discuss the socio-political-religious realities and the challenges they face in their home countries, further encouraging each other in faith in Christ. #EnoughIsEnough says the… Read More