World Communion of Reformed Churches

The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) is comprised of 100 million Christians in Congregational, Presbyterian, Reformed, United, Uniting and Waldensian churches. The WCRC, working with its 233 member churches, including the CCCAS, is active in supporting theology, justice, church unity and mission in over 105 countries.  

United in Christ and rooted in the historic Reformed traditions, the WCRC with its member churches believe that Christian faith is responding to God’s call to meet spiritual needs and foster justice for all in the transformation of the world through the love of Jesus Christ.  The WCRC is a communion of churches joined together in Christ, to promote the renewal and the unity of the church and to participate in God’s transformation of the world. The

WCRC coordinates joint church initiatives for: communion & church unity, justice–economic, environmental, social; leadership development, mission, and theology.  The WCRC is committed to collaborating with other church movements on issues of common concern such as climate change, gender justice and theological dialogue.

Partnership with the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC)

The WRCR offers a plethora of written academic literature, as well as a Global Digital Library related to their focus on the reformed tradition, theology, mission, justice and peace.  Financially, WRCR offers a Partnership Fund that provides small grants to member churches that carry out mission-related projects important to the life of a church and its surrounding community, particularly in the Global South.  Moreover, WRCR offers scholarships for women seeking a theological degree, as well as awards for theological students.

For CCCAS members and member congregations click on Opportunities at the top

right side of the main menu and see more of what the WRCR offers in the areas of Employment, Mission and Funding. If there are any opportunities offered by the WRCR that you are interested in, please contact the Office of the CCCAS General Secretary if you would like more information or wish to apply (