Member Church News: Creation, Utopia, Sins

The International Ecumenical Family Unites During the Season of Creation: How Did This Season Started?

From this Friday 1 September until the beginning of October, faith communities around the world will celebrate the Season of Creation. The United Church in Australia has created a worship resource for use during this time.

Online global ecumenical prayer marks the start of Season of Creation 2023: All are invited to join a global ecumenical prayer service online on 1 September, Creation Day, which will open the Season of Creation 2023.

The utopia of Agape for the world: An interview with the outgoing and incoming director of the Ecumenical Center of Prali, Italy.

Bethel Congregational Church, which is part of Guyana Congregational Union, hosted a National Commemorative Service to observe the bicentenary of the 1823 Demerara Uprising on 20 August 2023.

Interfaith Discussion on Israel’s Apartheid against Palestinians: Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Leaders Speak at Parliament of the World’s Religions.

In 2022, the 225th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) approved an overture to meaningfully address the wounds inflicted on Alaska Natives, who were directly impacted by the sin of the unwarranted 1963 closure of Memorial Presbyterian Church, a thriving, multiethnic, intercultural church in Juneau, Alaska.

Pacific churches call for Japan to halt wastewater dump: The Pacific Conference of Churches joined other nongovernmental and civic groups on the streets of Suva, Fiji, to peacefully demonstrate against Japan’s dumping of Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the ocean.

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