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On Serving the ‘Dying’ Church

Institutions, Hospice Nurses, and Midwives This issue of Unbound has been incredibly rich. We’ve heard about ways that the many churches that comprise the Church universal work together to participate in God’s reign – from the halls of power in … Continue reading

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How is a Nation’s Moral Agenda Set?

A Quick Primer on the National Council of Churches The modern ecumenical movement, of which the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA is a major leader, began some 150 years ago with the advent of youth organizations … Continue reading

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Ecumenism in the Era of World Christianity

Almost a century ago, William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury, affirmed that the ecumenical movement was the great new fact of our era. [1] At the time, the ecumenical movement seemed to be one of the most vibrant events of the … Continue reading

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The Daily Life of Interdenominational Ministry

Three pastors from different denominations reflect on their work together in a small town in Iowa, where ecumenical collaboration is simply a way of life. Rev. Catherine Belles, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) A couple of weeks ago while eating breakfast, I … Continue reading

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