The gap between very high incomes and low salaries has been widening for several years, says Laurent Schlumberger, president of the national council of the Reformed Church of France. Where governments and consumers are reluctant to act, there is still a moral imperative on high earners to refuse grossly unequal remuneration, he argues.
Two global Protestant groups are meeting in the US to launch a new organisation representing more than 80 million Christians in Presbyterian, Reformed, United, Uniting and other churches around the world.
As Americans celebrate Martin Luther King Day, Reformed Church leaders from North America and the Caribbean were gathering to plan campaigns to overcome racial and economic injustices which persist today.
16th-century reformer Jean Calvin can inspire a "reformation of values" in the face of the world's economic and ecological crises, a Swiss politician has said in marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant leader's birth.
The actions of a group of German church members in 1934 to resist the Nazi regime still serve as a powerful model for churches today according to the head of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, But there is a dark side to the story, too.
The Uniting General Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches has put up a new website to prepare for the creation of new inter-church body that will represent 75 million Christians across the world.