Become involved in the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, an initiative of the WCC member churches “to work together in a common quest, renewing the true vocation of the church through collaborative engagement with the most important issues of justice and peace, healing a world filled with conflict, injustice and pain.”
Week by week, the Ecumenical Prayer Cycle enables us to journey in prayer through every region of the world, affirming our solidarity with Christians all over the world, brothers and sisters living in diverse situations, experiencing their problems and sharing their gifts.
Much progress has been made since AIDS was first identified in the early 1980s. However, weakening political and financial resolve threatens all the advances made so far. We must intensify our efforts now. If we do, we can eliminate AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
Join the WCC and its members in efforts to protect the rights of children. Find out how you can contribute to child-friendly churches.
The WCC relies on donations to engage in its vision of transformation of the church and world. By giving, you will participate in the WCC's search for Christian unity and in its efforts to be a common witness in a rapidly changing global and ecclesial landscape. With your help the WCC will continue to be a bold witness to the things that make for a just peace and focus on Christian service to the world's needful.
Visits by leaders of member churches and other significant ecumenical partners, groups from congregations and theological schools - including clergy, theologians and lay persons - offer them a unique opportunity to learn about the diverse range of issues being addressed by the WCC.
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