World Communion of Reformed Churches
Understand better each other's theology among WCRC's 229 churches (denominations) in 108 countries and to work together on issues of common concern that affect our daily lives: community relations, human rights, economic systems, and climate change.
WCRC has its roots in the 16th-century Reformation. In June 2010, by merger of Reformed Ecumenical Council (REC) and World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC).
Our Office of Theology and Communion offers a wide-range of opportunities for study, reflection and dialogue on matters of interest to Reformed church leaders and lay people, including youth. The office initiates activities to stimulate reflection on Reformed theology and on what it means for member churches to belong to a “Communion”—a concept that requires closer bonds among member churches than in a network or association. The WCRC engages in a number of dialogues with other ecumenical, Christian organizations as well as interfaith dialogue.
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