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Posted on 16 September 2004

from a youth consultation on living our faiths in community Young people as peace makers and culture bearers We, 48 participants from Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Philippines, India, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hong Kong and America met in Henry Martyn Institute at Aman Shanti Nilayam-Shivrampally Hyderabad, India from 5-11 September 2004 to attend a consultation […]

 

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Letter from the human rights meeting

Posted on 15 September 2004

Thirty participants from 18 countries, who attended the eighth human rights training program organised by the CCA in Jakarta, Indonesia has issued the following letter to the churches in Asia. The participants unanimously resolved to write to all the churches to request action on Human Rights matters. We learnt that enjoyment of Human Rights is […]

 

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To the leaders of the Church in Sudan

Posted on 14 September 2004

September 4, 2004 Brothers and sisters, We write to you from Nairobi, Kenya, where we are meeting as representatives of the Christian ecumenical bodies of the eight continents and regions of the World — Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America, and the Pacific — and of the World Council […]

 

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Letter from the REOs meeting in Nairobi

Posted on 9 September 2004

Letter from Regional Ecumenical Organizations meeting in Nairobi, Kenya to United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan 4 September 2004 We write to you from Nairobi, Kenya, where we are meeting as representatives of the Christian ecumenical bodies of eight continents and regions of the world – Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, […]

 

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Ecumenical Peace Network for Northeast Asia

Posted on 26 August 2004

Northeast Asian churches urged to initiate Ecumenical Peace Network SEOUL, Korea  CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong has urged the churches in Northeast Asia to initiate an Ecumenical Peace Network (EPN) to streamline and strengthen the already existing peace building efforts by them. Addressing a meeting here of the WCC member churches and national […]

 

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Mission and Youth in a Context of Globalization

Posted on 24 August 2004

Twenty-five young people from various churches and youth organizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America participated in a seminar on mission and youth in the context of globalization at the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey, Switzerland on 17-23 August. Through worship, community building activities, creative and participatory Bible studies, small group discussions, sharing of...

 

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WSCF general assembly

Posted on 17 August 2004

CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong delivering the sermon at the opening worship of the WSCF assembly in Chiang Mai WSCF senior friends meeting:From right, Ken Guest, (USA) newly elected chair of the WSCF, Ahn Jae Woong (Hong Kong),Marshal Fernando (Sri Lanka), Philip Mathew (Hong Kong), Taku Kumakiri (Japan) and Glenda Rocas (Philippines) Senior […]

 

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CCA’s Asian Ecumenical Acadmey begins in Chiang Mai

Posted on 12 August 2004

CCA General Secretary Dr Ahn Jae Woong speaking to the AEA participants in Chiang Mai Dr Preman Niles, well-known theologian and dean of the AEA facilitating the program Participants at the AEA A section of the participants Corazon Tabing-Reyes, CCA joint executive secretary and coordinator of the AEA speaking to the participants (Photos:Philip Mathew) CHIANG […]

 

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Christian and Theravada Buddhist Leaders Meet

Posted on 7 August 2004

In order to enable conversation between Christians and Theravada Buddhists as people of faith with common concerns about peace, reconciliation and harmony, the World Council of Churches and the Christian Conference of Asia jointly sponsored a consultation involving the two faith groups at Tao Fong Shan Centre, Shatin, Hong Kong on July 2-6, 2004 on […]

 

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Theological Students Ask for More Ecumenical Programs

Posted on 7 August 2004

At the end of a busy five-day program, a total of 67 Asian Catholic and Protestant seminarians attending the Second Asia Conference of Theological Students in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on July 25-31, called upon churches in Asia to encourage holding more such ecumenical conferences by providing more financial and moral support. They also called on […]

 

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