Mission and evangelism
- Consultation on faith, healing and mission (Ghana)
- Consultation on mission in secularised and postmodern contexts
- CWME/F&O consultation on mission and ecclesiology
- Communique from a joint consultation on mission and ecclesiology of the Commission on World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) and the Commission on Faith and Order (F&O).
- Missiology Consultation, London
- Together Towards Life: Mission and Evangelism in Changing Landscapes
- The Commission on World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) has, since the WCC Porto Alegre Assembly in 2006, been working and contributing toward the construction of a new ecumenical mission affirmation. The new statement will be presented to the WCC 10th assembly at Busan, Korea, in 2013. Since the integration of the International Missionary Council (IMC) and the World Council of Churches (WCC) in New Delhi, 1961, there has been only one official WCC position statement on mission and evangelism which was approved by the central committee in 1982, “Mission and Evangelism: An Ecumenical Affirmation.” This new mission affirmation has been unanimously approved by the WCC Central Committee held in Crete, Greece on 5 September 2012. It is the aim of this ecumenical discernment to seek vision, concepts and directions for a renewed understanding and practice of mission and evangelism in changing landscapes. It seeks a broad appeal, even wider than WCC member churches and affiliated mission bodies, so that we can commit ourselves together to fullness of life for all, led by the God of Life!
- Towards common witness
- Received by the Central Committee and commended to churches for study and action, it is a summary of the most recent debates on common witness and proselytism. Contains the references to the earlier studies on common witness