Member Church News: Relief, Peace, Life

With humanitarian disaster is imminent in many Ukrainian cities, churches and aid organizations across the country are doing what they can to help all those on the move. Kerk in Actie, the Dutch Protestant aid agency, provides support…. Read More

Member Church News: Ukraine, Women, Youth

Sándor Zán Fábián, bishop of the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia, discusses the challenges currently being faced by Ukrainians in the west of the country. Church of Scotland members are preparing to “welcome the stranger” by opening up their… Read More

Member Church News: Ukraine Relief, Women’s Day

This week’s member church news includes relief efforts for Ukrainians, commemorating International Women’s Day, and more. From Human Gestures to Medical Aid: Due to the war in Ukraine, human lives are at risk, people lack basic supplies and… Read More

Member Church News: Helping Ukraine

Members and partners of the World Communion of Reformed Churches are turning their attention to providing support to refugees even as calls for peace persist. On Ash Wednesday over 3000 Christians from 80 countries around the globe joined… Read More

Member Church News: Ukraine

Our members and partners are responding to the invasion of Ukraine. “Peace must prevail,” say five global Christian communions who will host online prayer service on Ash Wednesday: English, French, German, Spanish The Hungarian Reformed Church Aid is… Read More

Member Church News: Help, Gatherings, Opportunities

The United Church of Christ announced on 14 February that it used $200,000 from one of its annual Giving Tuesday campaigns to purchase and pay off $33 million in medical debt for residents of Ohio, where the mainline… Read More

Member Church News: Women, Synods, Ecumenism

Presbyterians are gearing up to participate in the 66th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, an annual gathering that will focus on empowering women and girls and protecting the planet. The United Church… Read More

Member Church News: Climate, Democracy, Trafficking

One year after the coup in Myanmar: The Presbyterian Church of Myanmar continues its ministry amidst the crisis. In an interview, Samuel N. Ling from the Myanmar Institute of Theology paints a bleak picture of the current situation…. Read More

Member Church News: Campaign, Colonization, Consideration

The United Church of Canada has launched its Korea Peace Appeal Ten Thousand Signature Campaign declaring, “70 years is enough. It’s time to end the Korean War.” The Korea Peace Appeal is a global campaign calling for a… Read More

Member Church News: Activism, Unity, Support

A political activist who campaigned for democracy from behind the Iron Curtain as a teenager has been inducted as an associate chaplain at Edinburgh University. Elsa Tamez talks about women doing theology. Decolonizing the dream: a panel discussion… Read More