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How a "concrete block” holds the heart of Christian unity

As the Ecumenical Centre moves into the Green Village, the change means a more environmentally sustainable workplace for the World Council of Churches (WCC), as well as an opportunity to keep some of the most treasured aspects of the Ecumenical Centre—especially its spirit of unity, inclusivity, and mystique!

WCC stands in solidarity with people of Kanaky New Caledonia

World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Jerry Pillay, on behalf of the global fellowship, expressed solidarity with the people of Kanaky New Caledonia as they cope with tension and blockades that have brought shortages of food, healthcare, and essential services.

WCC remembers 109th anniversary of Syriac-Aramaic genocide

The World Council of Churches (WCC) is marking the 109th anniversary of the the Syriac-Aramaic genocide, or SAYFO.” WCC general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Jerry Pillay reflected on our moral obligation to remember humanitys historic propensity for genocide and atrocity crimes, especially in these times when that propensity is – tragically – once again increasingly evident in current affairs,” he said.

Bossey graduates celebrate the joy of dialogue

As six graduates from the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey received their Master of Advanced Studies in Ecumenical Studies certificates, they celebrated the joy of dialogue in a spiritual haven that will imprint the rest of their lives.

WCC receives delegation from Kanaky New Caledonia

A delegation from the Front de libération nationale kanak et socialiste visited the World Council of Churches (WCC), sharing concerns about human rights and self-determination for the people in Kanaky New Caledonia.