DISABILITY ADVOCACY SUNDAY  23 Nov.2014 Theme : Church ‘of’ All – Church ‘for’ All Disability Day, or the International Day of People with Disability, is a day that is sanctioned by the United Nations. The aim of Disability Day is to encourage a better understanding of people affected by a disability, together with helping to […]

NCCI Centenary Rally in Nagpur. 3000 Christians marched for Peace, Justice and Unity and Love

The NCCI Centenary Rally started from the All Saints Cathedral, Sadar, halted at Samvidhan Square (near K. P. Ground, Opp. RBI) for Bishop Dr. Taranath Sagar’s (President of NCCI) public address, and continued back to All Saints Cathedral in a circular route.  More than 3000 people from all denominations joined the Rally. In the field […]

ACT Alliance elects new moderator, approves new strategic plan

Delegates at the ACT Alliance general assembly have elected governing board member Dr Sushant Agrawal leader of the highest body of the network. Dr Agrawal, director of Indian agency Churches’ Auxiliary for Social Action, is the new moderator of the alliance, a global network of 148 humanitarian and development agencies. He replaces Rev Cornelia Füllkrug-Weitzel.

CNI New Officers

The Church of North India elects its new Office  Moderator – Bishop P.K. Samantaroy 

WCC – Theological Consultation on ‘Economy of Life’

World Council of Churches Theological Consultation on ‘Economy of Life’ 27 – 30 October 2014, CSI Guest House, Chennai, India The Commission on Justice, Peace and Creation of the National Council of Churches in India (NCCI), joining the Board of Diaconal Ministries of the Church of South India (CSI) Synod hosted the World Council of […]

Press release: Scheduled Caste status to Dalit Christians and Dalit Muslims

Times of India on 10th October 2014 reported that the Government is opposed to Dalit status for converts. It reported Union social justice minister Hon.  Thavar Chand Gehlot’s statement about SC status to Dalit Christians and Dalit Muslims, which reveals that the Government is not inclusive in its development policy. The demand for the inclusion […]