An upcoming webinar on 3 May will explore the theme of “Sacraments and Sacramentality of the Church/The Theme of Sin in Relation to the Church as Such” as part of a continuing series offered by the World Council of Churches’ Faith and Order Commission.
The World Council of Churches, ACT Alliance, Lutheran World Federation and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America are proposing a panel discussion to highlight the work of faith communities and especially indigenous, women and young faith leaders in mobilizing collective global action to protect nature and biodiversity and deliver critical reflections on enhanced biodiversity governance for climate resilience and posterity.
An upcoming webinar on 2 December will explore the theme “The whole people of God: the roles and ministries in the church” as part of a continuing series offered by the World Council of Churches Faith and Order Commission.
A World Council of Churches (WCC) online missiological conference will celebrate the centenary of the International Missionary Council on 16-18 November. The conference will include public webinars, in addition to regional sessions of the International Missionary Council study process.
On 10 November, the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission on World Mission and Evangelism will release a new publication, “Call to Discipleship: Mission in the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace,” a collection of the commission’s study documents from 2018-2021.
The World Council of Churches Commission on World Mission and Evangelism will hold an online meeting 9-11 November to evaluate its work and impact from the 10th WCC Assembly in Busan in 2013 to the 11th WCC Assembly in Karlsruhe in 2022.
A webinar hosted by the World Council of Churches (WCC) Faith and Order Commission on “Koinonia and Visible Unity,” scheduled for 30 September, will be a continuation of a series on responses to The Church: Towards a Common Vision.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission on Faith and Order is initiating a new webinar series to discuss responses to its second convergence document “The Church: Towards a Common Vision,” published in 2013.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) and the Council for World Mission, from 14-17 June, will present online the ecumenical event “Anti-racist in Christ? Ecumenical Christian Repentance, Reflection and Action on Racial Discrimination and Xenophobia.”
The global ecumenical Indigenous Spirituality and Theology Consultation is an activity of the WCC Indigenous Peoples’ Programme and under the WCC Mission from the Margins Programmatic Area. It is hosted by Nungalinya Theological College which is an ecumenical theological education and learning center, situated in Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia.