World Council of Churches

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Thursdays in Black: Making a difference one person at a time

Thursdays in Black: Making a difference one person at a time

“What can one person do” can often sound like a lament about powerlessness. For Thursdays in Black, though, one person can build a movement. David Emmanuel Goatley, Faculty Director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke University Divinity School in North Carolina, USA, learned about Thursdays in Black through his involvement with the World Council of Churches’ Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace. He has now launched the campaign through the Office at Duke University.

Faith and Light, WCC open hearts to people with intellectual disabilities

Faith and Light, WCC open hearts to people with intellectual disabilities

The World Council of Churches (WCC) welcomed representatives of the organization Faith and Light to explore together how the WCC can help more people be enriched by the gifts of those with intellectual disabilities.

WCC ‘Roadmap’ resource for eco-justice available in multilingual versions

WCC ‘Roadmap’ resource for eco-justice available in multilingual versions

The most recent World Council of Churches (WCC) resource rooted to the congregational level of churches’ engagement in ecological and economic justice is now available for free download in four languages.