Listening together to the pain of violent spaces

Brought together by the South Sudan Council of Churches, women and men are sharing the pain of many years of war and...

Prayer campaign to end 70-year Korean War gains global momentum

As the World Council of Churches (WCC) global fellowship embarks on prayers for peace on the Korean Peninsula from 1 March to...

WCC leadership postpones central committee meeting in light of coronavirus

In light of concerns about and implications of the current international spread of COVID 19, the coronavirus, the leadership of the World Council...

Ukraine joins International Religious Freedom Alliance

The United States has been joined by 26 other countries in a new International Religious Freedom Alliance that seeks to reduce religious persecution across...

WCC receives Geneva Engage Award

The World Council of Churches (WCC) was nominated as a top non-governmental organization and received a 4th place in the Geneva Engage Award...

Korean pilgrims confer at WCC on a 1,000-day pilgrimage for peace on Korean Peninsula

On day 847 of a 1,000-day pilgrimage for peace on the Korean Peninsula, the Bargn Nuri Community stopped at the World Council...

CSW calls for UK to raise spike in abductions and violence in London talks...

CSW is calling on the government of the United Kingdom to raise the general deterioration in security in Nigeria with President Muhammadu...

Slavik Radchuk: in memory of international evangelist Reinhard Bonnke

I was born in Ukraine in the late fifties, in a large family (eight children). My parents and ancestors were christians, missionaries...

Ecumenical family prepares for Christmas

During the second week of Advent, staff members of the World Council of Churches and other organizations at the Ecumenical Centre in...

WCC joins gathering of Blue Communities in Brussels

The World Council of Churches (WCC) was represented at a gathering of more than 40 organizations from across Europe involved in the...
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WCC expresses sympathy with people in Croatian capital in wake of earthquake

After an earthquake rocked Croatia's capital Zagreb, the World Council of Churches (WCC) expressed sympathy with people who lost their homes. Several buildings...

CSW calls for police investigation after couple assaulted for distributing Christian tracts

CSW has called on police in Tamil Nadu, India, to take action to investigate an incident on 5 March in which a...

North Korea Produces Candy for Founder’s Birthday Amid Food Scarcity

03/21/2020 North Korea (International Christian Concern) – North Korea is preparing for the birthday celebration of its late founder, Kim Il Sung, a...