Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Review of Ecumenical Agencies
World Council of Churches
Ecumenical Review (World Council of Churches) For more than 60 years, readers of The Ecumenical Review have had access to a thought-provoking variety of reflections by Christian authors from every part of the globe. Issues are available back to 1997
Video Library with material on different areas of ministry of the World Council of Churches (climate change, contributions of WCC general secretaries, liturgical resources, etc)
World Council of Churches Documents Repository (Searchable database)
World Communion of Reformed Churches
Moving Towards Unity
From Accra and Utrecht to Grand Rapids 2004 – 2010, 2010 Uniting General Council
Globalization we can grasp
Covenanting for Justice means working with communities as part of our Christian witness in solidarity with neighbors near and far to bring about a sustainable and just global community. We invite you to join in this transnational movement and to covenant for justice!
Lutheran pastor Alton M. Motter, a veteran of decades of ecumenical efforts, offers a short, readable book "which gives the basic facts about the ecumenical movement." With 71 often asked questions and their answers, it is a valuable resource. Book is 85 pages.
(This book can be ordered from booksellers like Amazon.)
God's Unity....Our Journey.
This small group curriculum will help the participants in obtaining a deeper understanding of the biblical and theological reasons for engaging in the work and ministry of unity. The curriculum provides an in-depth study of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Ecumenical Stance. If you need a printed copy, please, contact our office; (502) 569-5665 or email Deborah Harrison.
Uniting General Council Bible Study(PDF)
“This is Our family”
These Bible studies invite you to think about the call for church unity and to discuss it with others — whether in your congregation or in your Bible study group at the Uniting General Council of the World Communion of Reformed Churches in June 2010.
They are intended for use at five daily Bible study sessions during the Uniting General Council. But they are also meant for wider use within the churches that will compose the new communion. We invite delegates and participants in the council to engage in all five of these studies with others, in their congregations or communities, before or after the council meets.