NIFEA group calls for reimagined alternatives

Meeting at the same time as the G20 summit in Delhi, India, a group of social thinkers, community activists, theologians, and religious leaders has called for “radical alternatives” to be reimagined “as an alternative to capitalism, state domination,… Read More

GEM School explores how to make new economic world order a reality

Held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—a city of socioeconomic contrasts—from 21 August to 1 September, the 6th edition of the Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics, and Management for an Economy of Life (GEM School 2023) gathered 24 participants to… Read More

Letter urges G20 leaders toward New Economic Architecture

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) is among signatories on a joint letter to H.E. Sri Narendra Modi, prime minister of the Republic of India and chair of the Group of Twenty (G20), which urges G20 leaders… Read More

Presence in Rome strengthened through appointment

The presence of Reformed churches in Rome is being strengthened through the appointment of Tara Curlewis in a dual-serving capacity. Curlewis, an ordained minister in the Uniting Church in Australia, will serve in two roles: as the new… Read More

Consultation theologically centers labour

A consultation concluded that labour is at the heart of critical concerns of faith. The NIFEA (New International Financial and Economic Architecture) Consultation on Labour brought together theologians, church leaders, activists, and participants of the Ecumenical School on… Read More

Ecumenical group charts course for peace in Colombia

An ecumenical meeting brought together church leaders from around the world in mid-August to map out the next steps for involvement in the reconciliation and peace process in Colombia. “I think it is important when we think of… Read More

WCRC expresses alarm at the release of radioactive water

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) expresses alarm at the release of radioactive water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. The earthquake and subsequent tsunami in 2011 ruined the nuclear power plant, destroying its… Read More

“Ecumenical movement provides hope”

The ecumenical movement creates “more ways to know God,” says Laura Gomez, the newest intern with the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC). “Participating in the ecumenical movement is an opportunity that all believers should take advantage of,”… Read More

WCRC calls for just peace in Nagorno-Karabakh

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) supports the call by the World Council of Churches and Conference of European Churches to immediately lift the blockade of Nagorno-Karabakh and further urges the parties involved to seek a just… Read More

Future of Ukraine focus of conference

“The war in Ukraine has posed new questions, new challenges, and new ways of thinking about our mission as a church. We are challenged today to be a relevant church—an impactful church that dares to have a prophetic… Read More