During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, to be celebrated January 18-25, Christians across the world will pray and reflect on what it means to “show unusual kindness.”
The archbishop has been a critic of Israel’s actions towards Palestinians and an advocate for Christians living in Israeli-occupied territories, especially the Gaza Strip.
The Christmas message helps us to see all things and everyone that God has created as expressions of God’s will and God’s love, writes the top executive of the World Council of Churches.
The Rev. Chebon Kernell, a United Methodist clergyman, spoke to the UN Climate Change Conference’s faith section on behalf of the World Council of Churches.
A Methodist pastor in the Bahamas says that God is present during catastrophes, often in the small nudges to prayer and caring for those harmed by the storm.
A Caribbean Methodist bishop shares accounts of Hurricane Dorian’s devastation of the Bahamas, while United Methodists dispatch first funds to help with relief efforts.
The Season of Creation is a month-long observance in which Christians worldwide pray for and care for God’s created world.
Thursdays in Black seeks to keep rape and violence against women at the forefront of religious concern to stem the tide of attacks against women and girls.
The World Council of Churches condemns the Easter Sunday bombing of churches in Sri Lanka and calls for an end to religious animosities.
Preaching at Hollywood UMC, the Rev. Dr. Olav Fyske Tveit says the parable of the prodigal son teaches that nobody should be excluded from the faith community.