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Document Faith and Order agenda and the African region
David K. Yemba, current moderator of the Faith and Order Commission and Dean of the Africa University in Mutare, Zimbabwe, discusses the content and reception of Faith and Order work in Africa, and the effect of African churches on the ecumenical movement in general.
Located in Resources / / Faith and Order Commission / XII. Essays
Document PAWEEN seminar July 2017
The PAWEEN seminar 2017 gathered high-profile scholars from leading theological institutions, church leaders, as well as executives of faith-based institutions and ecumenical bodies from and based in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, North America and Europe, representing the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and several historic Black Churches, mainline Protestant and Pentecostal church traditions.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / PAWEEN
Document Pan-African Lutheran Church leadership
Located in Resources / / Other ecumenical bodies / Church statements on HIV/AIDS
Document Holy Week statement of lament and solidarity
In this “Holy Week Statement of Lament and Solidarity” for Maundy Thursday, the Pan African Women’s Ecumenical Empowerment Network (PAWEEN) demands an end to gun violence in America.
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical theological education (ETE) / PAWEEN
Document Tribute to Rev. Dr Rena Joyce Karefa-Smart
Rev. Dr Angelique Walker-Smith, a member of the WCC Central Committee and of the WCC Commission on Ecumenical Education and Formation, pays tribute to a pioneering Pan African woman leader in the ecumenical movement.
Located in Resources / / WCC programmes / Education and ecumenical formation
Document Being church and overcoming racism: It's time for transformative justice
Presented at the Plenary on Being Church and Overcoming Racism of the WCC Central Committee meeting in 2002.
Located in Resources / / WCC Central Committee / Geneva, 2002