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Time of Creation - Season of Creation

Time of Creation, or with a different name Season of Creation starts on 1st September and goes until 4th October. It is a particular period of the year, in which are Christians of different confessions invited to celebrate the gift of Creation and our relation to it. Celebration of this Time and its place in the cycle of Christian prayers and worships was commended by the 3rd European Ecumenical Assembly in Sibiu 2007, which recommended that the....

Workshop in Bangladesh links climate, economic justice

10 February 2019
From 29 January to 1 February, 30 representatives from various faith traditions gathered in Dhaka, Bangladesh for a workshop on “Interfaith Reflections on Just Transitions:...

WCC journal focuses on theology perspectives to face ecological crisis

7 February 2019
Theology can provide solutions for the sustainability issues that challenge the common home of humanity, according to the contributors to the latest issue of The...

Sustainable resourcing for sustainable development

6 February 2019
Bishop Ingeborg Midttømme, from the Church of Norway, serves at the diocese of Møre, in the northwestern part of the Scandinavian country. She is also...

LWF highlights value of interfaith collaboration with the United Nations

5 February 2019
World Interfaith Harmony Week: an opportunity to promote common human values (LWI) - A broad-based interfaith group mandated to work on human rights, sustainable development,...

Symposium on the Role of Religion and Faith-Based Organisations in International Affairs

30 January 2019
The Fifth Annual Symposium on the Role of Religion and Faith-Based Organisations in International Affairs was held on 29 January at the United Nations Secretariat...

Prayer service hails churches’ involvement in the fight against inequality

25 January 2019
“Inequality hurts us all and goes against God’s vision of life in abundance for every human being”, said Athena Peralta, World Council of Churches (WCC)...

Bishop responds to climate concerns raised by World Economic Forum 16/01/2019

21 January 2019
The Bishop of Dudley, Graham Usher, has described a risk report by the World Economic Forum as 'significant,' warning that those in the world's most...