500 million Christians urge G20 to fix broken economic architecture

Four global organizations representing some 500 million Christians have written an urgent letter to G20 leaders, calling for them to leave behind the current broken financial architecture and promote a truly just and sustainable recovery: 13 July 2020… Read More

WCRC begins search for next general secretary

The World Communion of Reformed Churches is starting the process to choose its next General Secretary after Rev. Dr. Chris Ferguson completes his term of service in August 2021. “As a global koinonia, we seek to discern, confess,… Read More

Annexation will undermine peace and justice

Ecumenical Statement on the Planned Annexation of Occupied Palestinian Territory The Lord works righteousness and justice for all the oppressed. —Psalm 103:6 As faith-based organizations representing believers worldwide,* we express our concern over the planned annexation of occupied… Read More

WCRC developing response to pandemic

A global consultation began a process for the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) to discern how the Communion can “provide for a prophetic theological response” to the COVD-19 pandemic and to prepare the Communion to move towards… Read More

WCRC joins ecumenical call against racism

United Nations Human Rights Council debate on “current racially inspired human rights violations, systematic racism, police brutality against people of African descent and violence against peaceful protests.” As people of faith, we welcome the debate held by the… Read More

WCRC condemns injustice of racism in the United States

“I tell you,” he replied, “if they keep quiet the stones will cry out.” —Luke 19:40 The World Communion of Reformed Churches expresses its grief, anger, and solidarity over the murder of George Floyd and the many, many… Read More

Season of Creation 2020 guide now available

A new guide for eco-theological worship resources and activities for the 2020 Season of Creation is now available, thanks to a wide array of ecumenical partners. A webinar, “Jubilee for the Earth: New Rhythms, New Hope,” is also… Read More

Reconciliation takes shape through action in Argentina

Even as the World Communion of Reformed Churches and Mennonite World Conference announced the beginning of a series of bilateral dialogues to strengthen their bonds, the Reformed and Mennonite communities in Argentina looked to deepen their own cooperation…. Read More

Adopt an “Economy of Life” urge global religious groups

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a new urgency to adopting an “Economy of Life,” and global religious groups that represent millions of people are saying now is the time. In a joint message, the Council of World Mission,… Read More

Online conference calls for an economy of life in a time of COVID-19 pandemic

The “Economy of Life in a Time of Pandemic” online conference focused on the socio-economic-ecological impacts of the COVID-19 crisis and how it offers the world an opportunity to rethink and reshape financial and economic systems to prioritize… Read More