Living Letters are small ecumenical teams. Within the framework of the WCC Decade to Overcome Violence, they travel to different parts of the world where Christians are striving to promote peace
The Christian community in India joins with the peace-loving people across the world and supports the demand by Pakistan Civil Society and the Minority communities, specially the Christians, for strong action
A team of church representatives from Europe, Latin America and Africa will pay a solidarity visit to churches, ecumenical organizations and civil society movements in Uruguay and Bolivia
The General Body meeting of The Ecumenical Fellowship of Indian Churches in Philadelphia will be held on Sunday, August 16, 2009 at 3:00 PM at St. Thomas Syro Malabar Catholic Church, Philadelphia
Archbishop Demetrios of America announces the visit of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to the United States this coming October for a three-stage visit, which will include an Environmental Symposium on the Mississippi River and visits to New York
For the first time after it won the eight-year-long battle seeking the decriminalisation of homosexuality, the non-governmental Naz Foundation (India) came face to face with Christian and other faith based
At a time when the international community is re-kindling the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons, the North Korean nuclear test is a source of profound concern, stated the World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia.
For one year, six sisters from Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant orders have come to live at the Ecumenical Institute Bossey outside of Geneva, Switzerland.
The Asian regional conference of W.C.C came to an end. In the conference held at Edathala Santhigiri Ashram near Aluva thirty representatives from 20 countries participated.The conference expressed deep concern over the increasing violence against children.