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"The Interfaith Relations Office seeks to support those in the church who are interested in, concerned about or engaged in building interfaith relationships. As Presbyterians learn about religious diversity, we reflect theologically on our relations with neighbors of other faiths. We also seek avenues for cooperation, or look for education resources and practical models for bringing communities together."
The website of the largest Christian ecumenical organization, headquartered in Switzerland. "The World Council of Churches (WCC) is an international Christian organization built upon the foundation of ecumenical collaboration, grounded in the ancient prayer of Jesus for unity in his church. The WCC exists to serve the ecumenical movement by encouraging in its members a common commitment to follow the gospel. It serves so that people everywhere may see the glory of the Triune God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The prayer of the WCC is for the renewal and faithful response of the church in witness and service to the world."
"The Conference of European Churches (CEC) is a fellowship of 126 Orthodox, Protestant, Anglican and Old Catholic Churches along with 43 associated organisations from all countries on the European continent. Christians from different confessions are committed to live and witness together in a spirit of ecumenism, sharing, understanding and mutual respect. All are committed in spite of the historic divides, the many languages and the geographical and economic barriers which exist on the European continent. Together, the churches work to promote the unity of the church and to present a common Christian witness to the people and institutions of Europe."
"The Canadian Council of Churches is a community of churches which confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures and therefore seek to fulfil together their common calling to the glory of one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and also other churches which affirm the same faith but which do not make doctrinal confessions."