Member Church News: Voices, Liturgies, Visits

Raising our Tribal Voice for Justice: An Indigenous Theological Revolution, took place last week in Melbourne. Held by the Univiersity of Divinity in collaboration with the School of Indigenous Studies, the ecumenical conference brought together Indigenous theologians and… Read More

Reconciliation with Creation: A Lenten Journey towards Climate Justice

By Damon Mkandiwire Opening Prayer Eternal Creator, as we journey through this season of Lent, draw our hearts and minds toward the cries of our wounded planet. Help us recognize our role in this world, not as dominators… Read More

Member Church News: Lent, Celebration, Appeal

Faith, prayer, and neighborly Love: Eri Yoon’s journey: Meet Eri Yoon, a passionate scholar from South Korea with a journey that intertwines faith, music, and an unwavering commitment to the principles of love and unity—who was also an… Read More

Member Church News: Confessing, Walking, Celebrating

During its recently concluded synod, the Waldensian Evangelical Church of the Rio de la Plata celebrated the 850th anniversary of the beginning of the Waldensian movement. The United Congregational Church of Southern Africa has issued a statement as… Read More

Member Church News: Peace, Preserving, Prayer

A new book, “A Gospel for Workers: Cho Chi Song, Yeongdeungpo Urban Industrial Mission, and Minjung,” was unveiled at the Korea Christian Building in Seoul on 19 January. The Yeongdeungpo Urban Industrial Mission played a key role in… Read More

Member Church News: Prayers, Idenity, Communications

Hundreds of young people from South America participate in Thursday in Black: On 11 January, some 430 young people from congregations from Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay of the Evangelical Church of the Río de la Plata gathered to… Read More

Member Church News: Prayers, Patriarchy

The Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the Near East held a prayer service on 6 January, at the First Armenian Evangelical Church, Beirut (pictured above). The prayer was held on the intention of the Armenians of… Read More

Member Church News: Christmas Messages

In this season of expectation and hope, we’re pleased to present Christmas messages from around the Communion: Najla Kassab, president, World Communion of Reformed Churches Paul Haidostian, president of the Union of the Armenian Evangelical Churches in the… Read More

Hope will be born where perseverance in witness is lived

The world is surrounded by worries, anxiety, uncertainties, and the language of war, division, and enmity. We wonder how we will celebrate today with all the challenges and troubles. If we look at the Christmas story, we are… Read More

Bethlehem on our minds

“But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times.” —Micah 5:2… Read More