WCC condemns attack on California synagogue

The World Council of Churches (WCC) condemned an attack on Congregation Chabad, a synagogue in Poway, California, on 27 April that left...

Assessment at WCC raises awareness about impact of Cyclone Idai on Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe

They came from governments, the United Nations, civil society, churches and other faith-based organizations to discuss the impact of Cyclone Idai that...

WCC offers Rosh Hashanah greetings with an eye for collaboration

As Rosh Hashanah approached, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit sent warmest greetings to the WCC’s...

MP writes to UK Prime Minister to highlight continued captivity of Leah Sharibu

David Linden MP has written to the UK Prime Minister calling on the British government to do everything in its power to help secure...

Catholics hold pilgrimage to grave of Venerable Augustus Tolton, first African American priest

The fourth annual Quincy pilgrimage honoring Venerable Augustus Tolton, the first African-American priest, took place Thursday with the intention of overcoming racism.

US religious freedom ambassador laments widespread silence on Uyghurs

Islamic countries should be more vocal in criticizing China's mistreatment of the Uyghurs, a Muslim ethnoreligious group, the US ambassador-at-large for International...

Panel explores: How do we teach ecumenism today?

As the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission on Ecumenical Education and Formation held its biannual meeting at the Ecumenical Institute Bossey...

Council of Churches in Zambia: “Involve the people in the process”

The Council of Churches in Zambia released a press statement on 3 September indicating its refusal to submit thoughts on a controversial...

Churches, relief agencies welcome humanitarian corridor in Ethiopia’s Tigray region

Church leaders and relief agencies have welcomed an agreement between Ethiopia and the UN that will allow humanitarian agencies “unimpeded, secure and...

US bishops: Jesus’ Sacred Heart is open for you, despite ‘bitter affliction’ of coronavirus

The novel coronavirus pandemic's effects on victims and the closure of churches have deeply pained the Catholic faithful and clergy, but Holy...
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Why Church Staff Should Worship Together During the Week

Every Tuesday morning the West Bradenton staff gathers for a short time of worship before we begin our meetings. There is nothing...

Preparing for Season of Creation: “Our wellbeing is deeply interwoven with creation’s wellbeing”

During a “Season of Creation Intergenerational Dialogue” webinar on 3 June, World Council of Churches acting general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Ioan Sauca...

Kidnapped Priest Released in Cameroon

06/05/2021 Cameroon (International Christian Concern)- After ten days in captivity, Father Christopher Eboka of Mamfe diocese was released on June 1st and returned...