NCCCUSA

AcronymDefinition
NCCCUSANational Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA
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* In 1989, a KCF delegation was hosted by the NCCCUSA, the first time since the war that a North Korean group was granted visas to visit the USA.
It was as a representative of the NCCCUSA that Blake became known in the civil rights struggle.
NCCCUSA. October 25-27, 1989, Waltham, MA, Faith and Order Series (Grand Rapids, MI: William B.
17 Church World Service is the relief, refugee, development arm of the NCCCUSA and is made up of representatives of its 33 member communions.
Lonnie Turnipseed retired in 1996 as executive director of Church World Service and Witness of the NCCCUSA. Previously he was director of the Southern Asia Office of CWS, and served as a missionary in Hong Kong for 15 years.
It is in ways that the Princeton Proposal's suggested path forward differs radically from the path of dialogue, thought and commitment on which such groups as the Faith and Order commission of the NCCCUSA are now embarked that it seems to me questionable and wrong.
At its November 2001 assembly, the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA (NCCCUSA) stated "We believe that the tragedy of the 11 September attacks and the ensuing war on terrorism ...
From 1952 onwards Du Plessis discovered that the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA (NCCCUSA) were more open than evangelicals to his ecumenical attempts: Last month I attended a conference of the foreign missions department of the NCCCUSA.
Robeck and other Pentecostals work actively and almost full-time in the sections of Faith and Order (NCCCUSA and WCC).
(2)However, the FGC's largest constituent, the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, is a member of the NCCCUSA by an agreement reached when two Philadelphia Yearly Meetings united.