World Council of Churches

Eine weltweite Gemeinschaft von Kirchen auf der Suche nach Einheit, gemeinsamem Zeugnis und Dienst

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National Council of Churches in Australia

Founded in 1994 (forerunner: the Australian Council of Churches, founded in 1960, which sprang from the Australian Committee for the World Council of Churches, formed in or about 1948).

Basis: The NCCA gathers together in pilgrimage those churches and Christian communities which confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the scriptures and commit themselves to deepen their relationship with each other in order to express more visibly the unity willed by Christ for his church, and to work together towards the fulfilment of their mission of common witness, proclamation and service, to the glory of the One God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Website: http://www.ncca.org.au/
Mitglied von:
Assoziiertes Mitglied von
Mitglieder
(Unter den ÖRK-Mitgliedern)
Churches:
Sonstige Mitglieder

Anglican Church of Australia

Antiochian Orthodox Church

Armenian Apostolic Church

Assyrian Church of the East

Churches of Christ in Australia

Congregational Federation of Australia

Coptic Orthodox Church

Greek Orthodox Church

Lutheran Church of Australia

Religious Society of Friends

Roman Catholic Church

Romanian Orthodox Church

Salvation Army

Syrian Orthodox Church

Uniting Church in Australia

Assoziierte Mitglieder
(Unter den ÖRK-Mitgliedern)
Sonstige assoziierte Mitglieder

Observer Churches:

Baptist Union of Australia

Presbyterian Church of Australia


Australian Ecumenical Partner Councils:

Council of Churches of Western Australia

New South Wales Ecumenical Council

Northern Territory Council of Churches

Queensland Churches Together

South Australian Council of Churches

Tasmanian Council of Churches

Victorian Council of Churches



The National Council of Churches in Australia is affiliated with the CommisÂsion on World Mission and Evangelism of the World Council of Churches.