The latest issue of Current Dialogue, the journal of the World Council of Churches (WCC) on interreligious dialogue and cooperation, takes as its theme “Healing Wounded Memories through Interreligious Perspective and Engagement.”
The World Council of Churches (WCC) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) publication highlights the lessons learnt from the project Strategic Engagement of Civil Society Networks and Faith Actors in the HIV Response in India, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and Jamaica.
The latest issue of the World Council of Churches (WCC) journal, International Review of Mission, focuses on the founding and history of the International Missionary Council (IMC) founded in 1921, following the 1910 World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh.
A new recording of a book talk from the World Council of Churches (WCC) 11th Assembly is available for those who want to learn more about the publication “Journey in Servanthood: The DNA of a Confident Church.”
During an interview recorded during the World Council of Churches (WCC) 11th Assembly in Karlruhe, Germany, Rev. Margarithe Veen, ordained minister of the Protestant Church in the Netherlands, described what moved her the most when she volunteered in the Networking Zone, helping people connect with WCC publications.
In an interview taped during the World Council of Churches 11th Assembly, Prof. Riccardo Burigana, director of the Centre for Ecumenical Studies in Italy, shares how excited he is to offer a new Bibliography on Ecumenism for free online as a tool for students, scholars, and researchers around the world.
Bishop Olav Fykse Tveit, presiding bishop of the Church of Norway, and former general secretary of the World Council of Churches, has published "Visions of Christian Unity”, a volume that sketches an ecumenical movement that reveals a horizon of hope and illumines many of our most pressing global challenges.
Honoring a tradition in place since 1983, an Inter-Orthodox Pre-Assembly Consultation took place during which delegates from both Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches met to reflect on the theme and sub-themes of the World Council of Churches (WCC) assembly.
The World Council of Churches and Globethics.net have co-published four new books on different facets of the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace. Harvesting the insights from the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace process and visits from the WCC 10th Assembly in Busan, this series focuses on a number of geographic and thematic areas.
Nine translations are now available for the publication “Christ’s Love Moves the World to Reconciliation and Unity: A reflection on the theme of the 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Karlsruhe 2022.”
A newly released volume, “Transformative Spiritualities for the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace,” provides a selection of reflections from indigenous perspectives to women’s voices, from black communities ́ to campesino/as ́ struggles, from specific Christian traditions to sister faiths.
As the World Council of Churches’ first substantial digital publication and its largest free collection, the Faith and Order Papers open a new frontier for scholars, ecumenists, and anyone interested in traversing the twists and turns of the path towards Christian unity.
The joint publication of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and ACT Alliance, offering resources to strengthen the diaconal capacity of the churches and to advance cooperation with their ecumenical partners, will be presented online on 9 June at 15.00 CET.
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As the World Council of Churches (WCC) fellowship prepares for the WCC 11th Assembly to be held in Karlsruhe, they also expressed their wish to prepare for the spiritual life and experience of the assembly.
A new publication from WCC, “Coexistence: Peace, Nature, Poverty, Terrorism, Values (Religious Perspectives)” by Anastasios, Archbishop of Tirana, Durrës, and All Albania, is now available in hard copy and as an eBook.
For each assembly, the central committee submits an accountability report, describing and offering an assessment of the activities of the WCC between the assemblies; in this case, since the 10th Assembly, in Busan, Republic of Korea, in late 2013.