From September 1 to October 4, Christians around the world are praying and caring for creation. It’s the “Season of Creation”. The beginning and the end date of Season of Creation are linked with the concern for creation in the Eastern and the Western traditions of Christianity, respectively.
The exhibition “Bethlehem Reborn” tells a story that goes beyond the history of politics and art to reveal, through the restoration works of the Church of the Nativity, an overdue recognition of the outstanding universal value of Palestinian heritage to humanity.
Registration is open for the annual European Christian Internet Conference (ECIC) taking place on 25 – 27 September 2023 in Cologne, Germany, focusing on the intersection of theology and technology in a church in a digital age.
As part of the Season of Creation month, the World Council of Churches (WCC) will cohost a webinar on 27 September in collaboration with Faiths for Biodiversity. The online event will unite believers to reflect on the shared mission to safeguard the planet and its biodiversity.
The 25-person Executive Committee is the WCC governing body, with members from churches in every region. It meets twice a year to monitor ongoing work, supervise the budget and deal with policy matters referred to it by the Central Committee.