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The World Council of Churches' General Secretary helped inaugurate new offices for the World Communion of Reformed Churches in Hannover.
A dancing flash mob erupted in the cafeteria at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland, on 14 February, as part of the One Billion Rising initiative.
Theologians, anti-poverty advocates and economists have been meeting in Brazil to develop principles for a new global economic system.
The officers of the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), meeting in Geneva, have reviewed the organization's financial situation in light of the drop of the value of contributions in Euros and American dollars against the Swiss franc.
Some 80 million Reformed Christians across the world have been marking the 25th anniversary of a historic declaration that racism is a sin.
Reformed church leaders are seeking renewed efforts to protect civilians in Colombia from violence, and a reduction in global arms production.
A global body representing 80 million Protestants has asked its members to give support to a campaign for access to water as a basic human right.
A global Protestant body has issued an apology for the role played by churches in perpetrating abuse against Native Americans, First Nations and other indigenous peoples.
A Native American leader wants a global Protestant body to create a truth and reconciliation commission to redress unjust Church involvement in the cultural assimilation of indigenous peoples.
The formation of the World Communion of Reformed Churches "is a source of inspiration" for Protestants, evangelicals and the wider church, says the General Secretary of the WCC.