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A worldwide fellowship of churches seeking Christian unity in witness and service
A worldwide fellowship of churches seeking Christian unity in witness and service
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New on the #WCC blog for the #PilgrimageofJusticeandPeace: My first Confucian-Christian dialogue - The effects of certain types of experiences do not fade with time; rather they permeate deep into yo

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A look back to the summer school for young Christians, Muslims and Jews that took place at the WCC's Ecumenical Institute, Bossey in July:

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New on the #WCC blog for the #PilgrimageofJusticeandPeace: For birth or death: the destiny of Bethlehem - This reflection was originally presented during morning prayers in the chapel of the Ecumenical Cent

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New on the #WCC blog for the #PilgrimageofJusticeandPeace: Power in this Nobel Peace Prize: truth told, truth heard - A Nobel Peace Prize ceremony’s greatest power may be that it enables unrealized truth to be told in

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A greeting with from the World Council of Churches in preparation for Christmas: Be not afraid!

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New on the #WCC blog for the #PilgrimageofJusticeandPeace: Prayer Service for Peace on the eve of ICAN’s Nobel Peace Prize - Trinity Church in Oslo is a great round space of silence and light. It’s a place that invites those

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New on the #WCC blog for the #PilgrimageofJusticeandPeace: A witness for peace with ICAN Nobel Prize - First event in the Nobel Peace Prize weekend?  A seminar at the Norwegian Red Cross on what a nuclea

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Eternal God,
the Alpha and the Omega,
our beginning and our end,
the candle of the first week of Advent reminds us of the coming light of Christ.
Together with sisters and brothers in North and South Korea,
and people around the world campaigning to abolish nuclear weapons,
we are waiting for the days when the nations will no longer be divided and the nations
will beat their weapons into ploughshares.
We pray:
Come, O Emmanuel, come and save us!
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