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.
A new publication on economic and ecological justice by church-based economists and justice advocates in the Caribbean region is a call to action for churches worldwide, says the Guyanese editor of the book.
The lessons of a 16th century theologian born in France speak directly to a post-modern world hungry for peaceful and united communities according to the president of a global network of Protestant churches.
At an historic meeting in Geneva, Switzerland later this month, leaders of two global Reformed church organizations representing over 80 million Christians will gather to plan their merger into one worldwide communion of churches.
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.