Saturday, December 9th, 2023

Unique Tour Brings Christians Face-to-Face with 1,000-Year Jewish History in Poland

In Poland, a unique tour called "The Narrow Bridge" explores the thousand-year history of the country's Jewish community and the lessons it holds for today. The tour sheds light on the vibrant Jewish life that once thrived in Poland, the horrors of the Holocaust, and the resilience of Jewish communities. Participants reflect on the past, including the devastating events of World War II, to understand the importance of vigilance against hatred and discrimination in the present.

WCC Greetings to Lutheran World Federation: 'Live an Ecumenism of the Heart'

In a joint greeting to the Lutheran World Federation Assembly, gathered in Krakow, Poland from 13-19 September, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr Pillay and WCC moderator Bishop Prof. Dr Heinrich Bedford-Strohm reflected on the assembly’s theme, “One Body, One Spirit, One Hope.”

There Is No Money on a Dead Planet

New FaithInvest CEO Dr. Lorna Gold urgently calls for a reevaluation of economic values, seeking a shift towards sustainability powered by faith as a force for good. She highlights the need to address root causes, emphasizing that no money can be made on a dead planet.

WCC General Secretary, with USA Churches, Explores How to Strengthen Relationships

A World Council of Churches (WCC) delegation led by WCC general secretary Rev. Prof. Dr. Pillay visited New York City and Washington, DC, this week, meeting with United Nations representatives, the Papal Nuncio, the National Council of Churches in North America, other church leaders, ecumenical organizations, and state officials.
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