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GEM School 2024

19 - 30 August 2024

Applications are open for the 2024 Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics, and Management Economy of Life, to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 19-30 August 2024.

Nairobi, Kenya TBC

GEM School 2024

19 - 30 August 2024

Applications are open for the 2024 Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics, and Management Economy of Life, to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 19-30 August 2024.

Nairobi, Kenya TBC

GEM School 2024

19 - 30 August 2024

Applications are open for the 2024 Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics, and Management Economy of Life, to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 19-30 August 2024.

Nairobi, Kenya TBC

Rev. Serge Fornerod reflects on crossroads of personal faith, professional life

Rev. Serge Fornerod is a former World Council of Churches (WCC) central committee, a member of the Green Village steering committee, and the new president of the FAP Foundation for Reformed Churches. He recently published a book, Les Fornerod, une famille au service de l’Église” that details the intersection of his personal faith and professional life[1].

GEM School 2024

19 - 30 August 2024

Applications are open for the 2024 Ecumenical School on Governance, Economics, and Management Economy of Life, to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 19-30 August 2024.

Nairobi, Kenya TBC

Statement: Religious Leaders Unite for Climate Peace in Solidarity with Refugees

Reinforcing the traditional role of faith communities in offering sanctuary and, indeed hospitality to refugees, 90 faith-based leaders today committed to offering their continued and additional support to refugees, including children, on their journey to safety, including in reception and admission, meeting protection or service delivery needs and supporting communities to find solutions such as private sponsorship or scholarship programmes.

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Towards a Global Vision of the Church, Volume II

Explorations on Global Christianity and Ecclesiology, Faith and Order Paper 239

This is the second of the two-volume set Towards a Global Vision of the Church, which forms part of the work done by the ecclesiology study group of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Commission on Faith and Order between 2015 and 2022 to broadening the table of ecclesiological dialogue by going into more and wider conversations with ecclesiological perspectives from various regions (especially Asia, Africa, and Latin America), denominational families (such as Evangelical, Pentecostal, Charismatic, and independent churches), and forms of being church (such as ecclesial movements, new forms of monasticism, and online churches), “which have not always been clearly or strongly part of discussions on the way to TCTCV, and whose understandings of ecclesiology we want to discover and to enter into dialogue with.”

The first volume in this set included 24 chapters written from the perspectives of theologians from the global South. In this second volume, nearly all of the chapters have come from commissioners who have worked on ecclesiological issues during this past term.