Monthly Archives: March 2013

Theological education initiatives at WCC assembly

The upcoming 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) in Busan, Republic of Korea, will present an opportunity for sustained ecumenical formation and theological education. A special curriculum developed by the Ecumenical Theological Education programme of the WCC will … Continue reading

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Good Friday and Easter message from the WCRC

Dear friends, I write to bring you Good Friday and Easter greetings from Geneva in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I hope this is a meaningful week for you, your family, and your church as we … Continue reading

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Reimagining Church: shaped for mission

Reimagining Church: shaped for mission – a free, downloadable, five session course How should the church respond to the changes in our culture? What is the future of the church? Many people are talking about the need to become more … Continue reading

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From the Moderator: A Gathering of Friends

Last week I was back in Vancouver, and I invited a group of friends to gather for a morning and “talk church.” Sure, we called it “work”—and it was, sort of—but it also felt like a party. Each person had … Continue reading

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Truth & Reconcilliation: Churches Engaging The Legacy Of Residential Schools

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Petition: Regulate Canadian Mining Companies Operating Abroad

Approximately 75 percent of the world’s mining companies are registered in Canada. Various Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, both in Canada and abroad, have raised serious concerns regarding the impact of mining activities in their communities, including by certain Canadian companies. … Continue reading

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Human trafficking is focus of church consultation in Cuba

Human trafficking in the Caribbean is the focus of an international consultation getting underway today in Cuba. Church-based justice advocates are concerned about the sale of human beings across borders for the sex trade or hard labour in agriculture and … Continue reading

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