Member Church News: Struggle for justice, Spanish Evangelical Church expelled, Reformation and others.

Empathy, anger and the struggle against injustice “I was profoundly moved by this cry for justice coming from these victims of injustice. But more than that: I felt that I had been issued a call from God to… Read More

Member Church News: Women and Refugees

Pastor Carola Tron, moderator of the Evangelical Valdense Church of the River Plate, shared a statement for International Women’s Day, which seeks equality between men and women in all areas of Life, respecting individual autonomies and freedoms guaranteed… Read More

Letter to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson regarding Korea

The following letter was sent to United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on 3 March 2017. Dear Mr. Secretary, The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) is the international organization representing 80 million Christians in Congregational, Presbyterian,… Read More

Statement on International Women’s Day 2017

Today, on International Women’s Day, we are joining the worldwide efforts to make gender-based violence visible. Today’s movement will take different shapes in different parts of the world, including becoming “A Day Without Women” in some places. But… Read More

Lent Devotionals: Materials to guide you through this Lent Season.

In this season of Lent, we reflect on the road that our Lord Jesus Christ walked. Look below at some of the material that might help your devotional time. From the Church of Scotland here is another devotional,… Read More

Member Church and Partner News: First woman ordination, Lenten Worship and more

In Taiwan, Catholic and Presbyterian church leaders held a joint service to mark the “228 Massacre.” Also, noting the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the churches urged investigation of the purges and pledged to walk together toward reconciliation…. Read More

Member Church News: In Action and Prayer

Ministry at Emmanuel United Church in Ottawa (Canada) doesn’t just stay inside the church walls — it regularly extends to Africa, Central America, and beyond. “Pilgrimages are really embraced at Emmanuel,” says Jeannie Page, a licensed lay worship… Read More

Member Church News: Calls, Communiques, Condemnations

As we approach the season of Lent, the moderator of the Church of South India, Most Rev. Thomas K. Oommen, gives a Lenten call for a “carbon fast.” United Church of Christ leaders have condemned the decision to… Read More

Member Church News: Moves, Missions, More

The Reformed Church in America’s work helping refugees will receive a portion of the profits produced through the sale of The Good Syrian, a print created by RCA artist Joel School Tanis. The piece is based on a… Read More

Member Church News: Refugees, Visit, Worship

After helping Syrian refugees come to the U.S. last year, the Trump Administration’s travel ban upended a group of New York churches and synagogue’s mission to help the Khoja family resettle, including that of Rutgers Presbyterian Church. Take… Read More