Information for Reporters from the National Council of Churches News Service

Media Contacts:

Philip E. Jenks

Media Relations Specialist
pjenks@ncccusa.org
212-870-2228

Wesley "Pat" Pattillo
Senior Program Executive for Justice, Advocacy and Communication
wpattillo@ncccusa.org
212-870-2048

Dee Glover
Administrative Asst. to
Communication Staff
dglover@ncccusa.org
212-870-2227

NCC Offices:

475 Riverside Drive

New York, NY 10115 Phone 212-870-2227

110 Maryland Ave., N.E.
Washington, DC 20002

Phone
202-544-2350

Michael Kinnamon
General Secretary
mkinnamon@ncccusa.org
Phone 212-870-2141
Program Specialist:
Maggie McKinley
Phone 212-870-2511

 


 

The National Council of Churches USA, founded in 1950, is the leading force for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States.  Its formal legal name is the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., but it is generally referred to as "National Council of Churches" or "NCC".

The NCC's 35 member communions -- variously called churches, denominations and conventions -- include Protestant, Anglican and Orthodox faith groups with 45 million adherents in more than 100,000 local congregations across the nation. 

Most of the National Council's work is conducted through five program commissions, listed below, whose participants are drawn from more than 50 denominations in the U.S. and Canada, including Roman Catholic, Evangelical and Pentecostal churches as well as member communions of the NCC. 

The NCC publishes the Yearbook of U.S. and Canadian Churches, and fosters the translation program that produced the Revised and New Revised Standard Version of the Bible.  The member churches also conduct  humanitarian and emergency relief work through the Council's sister ministry, Church World Service.

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