Local and Regional Ecumenism
In many counties, towns, cities, and states across the United States, Christians of all kinds come together as one body of Christ in
councils of churches, as part of interfaith councils, in cooperative social ministries, as informal neighborhood
initiatives, in advocacy organizations, as clergy associations, and in many other
communities. The National Council of Churches is one part of this large and diverse tapestry of the one ecumenical movement, and NCC relates to these groups
in a variety of mutually supportive ways. More.
News and Announcements
- NAEIS News Available - Read the June 2011 newsletter.
- NCC Supports a new Kansas Ecumenical Ministries
This NCC Committee,
which includes representatives from local and regional
ecumenical and interfaith communities, is charged to facilitate
relationships among and between local, regional, and national
expressions of the ecumenical movement in the United States. More.
This online listing helps to make
visible the many ways that Christians of all kinds pray, live, and
act together in towns, cities, and states across the nation. It is
designed to facilitate awareness, communications, programming, and funding.More.
NCC encourages representation from local and regional expressions of the
ecumenical movement on the five NCC commissions: Education
& Leadership Ministries; Interfaith Relations; Faith & Order;
Justice & Advocacy; and Communication. More.
NCC collaborates with local and regional ecumenical and interfaith
organizations through the
Eco-Justice Program, the
Immigration Task Force, theHealth Task Force,
and other joint initiatives and partnerships, speaking and acting as
the one body of Christ alongside interfaith partners.
Ecumenical and Interreligious Leaders Network (EILN)
The State Ecumenical Executives Group (SEE)
More than 200
Local and Regional Ecumenical and