Cameroon conference on peace empowers religious leaders

A two-day conference in Buea, Cameroon, has empowered religious leaders to offer vital input into a peace plan in the divided nation. Samuel Fonki Forba, president of the Council of Protestant Churches in Cameroon, said that the conference… Read More

WCRC members invited to join discernment process

On 9 December the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) will launch an extensive discernment process, “What does God require of us? Discerning, Confessing, and Witnessing in the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond.” This year-long Communion-wide undertaking will… Read More

General Secretary shares insights for potential applicants

General Secretary Chris Ferguson, who will complete his term of service to the World Communion of Reformed Churches next year, shared his thoughts on the position to provide insight into those who may be considering applying. “We really… Read More

WCRC partners on critical advocacy issues

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) has joined with ecumenical partners and its regions to call for justice in several critical areas: global sovereign debt relief, political reform in Peru, and the protection of freedom of religion… Read More

Dialogue report sees koinonia as God’s gift and calling

The Reformed-Anglican Dialogue’s report of its work, Koinonia: God’s Gift and Calling, is now available for purchase and downloading. The report looks at the theological foundations of koinonia (communion), how the church’s ecclesiology might be understood in the… Read More

Challenges—and support—await next general secretary

Even in the midst of the pandemic and continuing injustices around the globe, “the Communion is called to remain the voice of the struggling and to believe as churches that through our communion we can make a difference,”… Read More

WCRC co-sponsors series on ecumenism in a pandemic-stricken world

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), Korean Institute for Future Ecumenism (KIFE), and the Transformative Ecumenism Collective (TEC) are co-sponsoring a series of webinars on “Discerning Transformative Ecumenism in a Pandemic-Stricken World.” The series of nine webinars,… Read More

Advice offered to potential general secretary applicants

Yvette Noble Bloomfield, moderator of the General Secretary Search Committee, says, “it is critical that persons from all across the Communion feel empowered to apply for this position.” With General Secretary Chris Ferguson completing his term of service… Read More

Interfaith panel addresses debt cancellation and reparations

A panel of experts of different faiths spoke on debt cancellation and reparations as tools for promoting justice, sustainability and life-affirming economies in the third 2020 Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics and Management public webinar held on 2… Read More

Public webinar to present interfaith perspectives on just finances

The third public webinar hosted through the GEM School will focus on debt cancellation and reparations as tools for promoting justice, sustainability and life-affirming economies. The webinar will take place on Friday, 2 October, 14:00-15:30 (CET). The COVID-19… Read More