The Union of Welsh Independents (UWI) is a voluntary Union of over 400 churches mainly located in Wales within the United Kingdom. Though the overwhelming majority worship and communicate through the medium of Welsh, there [...]
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The Council for World Mission invites expressions of interest to join the staff team for the position of Deputy General Secretary - Programme. To be based in its global office in Singapore, this role is to [...]
This is my sharing in the context of the Legacies of Slavery Hearings held by CWM (Council of World Mission) in London, Accra, Kingston and the US. I was also invited to attend the [...]
Like-minded and interested Biblical scholars and activists from all over the world will meet to discern and engage each other on a selection of biblical and theological issues at this year’s Council for World Mission [...]
Speaking in the Spirit - songs of protest and the new reality Pentecost Reflections Council for World Mission has produced worship reflections on Empire for Advent, Holy Week and Easter and this production completes the [...]
The ten member churches of the CWM Pacific Region met on the 2nd to 4th May at Novotel, Nadi for the Regional Assembly guided by the CWM sub-theme “Healing the Broken Body: Hoping for Renewal.” [...]
Shaking up the international financial architecture and infrastructure. This was the clarion call sounded by CWM, together with the World Council of Churches, World Communion of Reformed Churches and the Lutheran World Federation on the [...]
Brief history PCI had its beginning in the year 1841, with the coming of Rev. Thomas Jones I and his wife who arrived at Sohra on 22nd June, 1841 as the first missionary of the [...]
Introduction and History The date of 1840 is the year generally given for the beginning of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ). It was in that year that the first systematic provision of [...]