The Commission on Education and Ecumenical Formation has thirty members from WCC member churches all over the world as well as six consultants from related partners, including the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. On the commission, elected by the Central Committee in July 2014, men and women, ordained clergy and lay people are strongly represented. Twenty two percent of commissioners are young adults.
Since 2014, the commission has working groups on:
Pan African Women’s Ecumenical Empowerment Network
Youth and Inclusion
Network of Institutions of Higher Ecumenical Theological Education and Global Ecumenical Theological Institute.
The commission works closely with the Ecumenical Formation programme through its activities on:
- Ecumenical theological education
- Ecumenical Institute Bossey
- Ecumenical continuing formation.