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A church-backed week-long series of global events to promote a just peace in Israel and Palestine will take place from 29 May to 4 June 2011.
Power and political will being used in Libya “must be directed away from the use of armed force”, says the head of a major world churches' body.
An Dalit-led international colloquium on Caste, Religion and Culture will be held in Cochin, Karala, India, from 1-4 May, it has been announced.
Participants at a recent consultation on theological education have called for comprehensive Christian leadership development of both lay and ordained.
For the first time since 1915, April 24 falls on Easter Sunday in the Armenian church calendar - also Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.
The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches has urged Christians to give this year’s celebration of Easter a clear ecumenical profile.
The WCC, Conference of European Churches and the Churches' Commission for Migrants in Europe have expressed concern over the humanitarian situation in Libya.
Christians and churches across the world are being encouraged to plant trees and to use social media to share the peace message with others.
The World Council of Churches is concerned that the deteriorating situation in the Ivory Coast “is on the verge of inflaming religious conflicts.”
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