WCC Central Committee members in Bossey

Bossey students give a tour of the Ecumenical Institute to the WCC Central Committee members, June 2018.


The report “Pilgrims on the Path of Peace – The Journey of the WCC from Busan to Karlsruhe,” is now available online for WCC member churches, ecumenical partners, and other global pilgrims. The WCC central committee received the report in February.

The report is more than just a list—it’s a flowing narrative of a fellowship of churches committed to moving together on a Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, conveying something of the energy, excitement, ambition and initiative that have marked the WCC’s journey since Busan. It aims to assist assembly delegates to understand the council’s journey in this period and help them actively participate in the assembly and to share the ecumenical vision reflected in the WCC’s activities with member churches, partners, and the wider fellowship,

This report will soon also be available in Spanish, French, and German.

Work continues to develop a colourful, illustrated version of the report, which will be available in PDF and printed form.

Report “Pilgrims on the Path of Peace – The Journey of the WCC from Busan to Karlsruhe”