The World Reformed Fellowship - Advancing Reformed partnerships worldwide, that the strengths of some might become the strengths of all in the service of Jesus Christ.

Advancing Reformed Partnerships

Worldwide

The WRF vision is to live out one of the clearly stated but often neglected themes of the great Reformed confessions of the church. The Westminster Confession of Faith (XXV, 2) affirms that there is "a visible universal church which consists of all those throughout the world that profess the true religion." The Belgic Confession (Article 27) emphasizes that "the one single catholic or universal church . . . is not confined, bound, or limited to a certain place or certain persons. But it is spread and dispersed throughout the entire world.

While specific regional or national expressions of the universal church do, in many ways, embody characteristics of the Body of Christ, there are other characteristics of that Body which transcend those expressions. It is those other characteristics that the WRF seeks to set forth in its commitments and in its activities.

Worshipping Safely Together in a Time of Coronavirus

These are obviously challenging times in many ways. Among those ways is the impact of Covid-19 on regular Christian worship services.  In many locations, gatherings of ten or more people have been prohibited.  While we surely are to be in subjection to the governing authorities (Romans 13: 1), we are, at the same time, commanded not to give up meeting together for worship (Hebrews 10: 25).To try to assist all of us, the World Reformed Fellowship has invited its congregational members and the congregations of its denominational members to share information about how we might, during these days, participate with them in worshipping together while staying physically apart. Read the full item...

Why support the World Reformed Fellowship?

From June 2 through June 6, 2014, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, seven international ministries joined together to sponsor a Consultation on Global Theological Education. This WRF/Lausanne Global Theological Education Consultation brought together global leaders in theological education (24 western leaders and 31 majority world leaders) to:  1) discuss what makes good partnerships among such educational institutions and 2)  encourage and facilitate the formation of such partnerships in order to build up the work of global evangelical theological education. This is one historical example, from many, of the things the WRF seeks to do with for the purpose of strengthening the global church.

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Dr. Davi Charles Gomes
International Director
The World Reformed Fellowship
Avenida João XXIII, 350 - Sala 102
Mogi das Cruzes - SP - 08780-830
Brazil
Philadelphia Office
Dr. Samuel T. Logan
Associate International Director
The World Reformed Fellowship
430 Montier Road
Glenside PA 19038

USA
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Mrs. Karen Jansson
Chief Financial Officer
The World Reformed Fellowship
5200 Wind Point Drive
Racine, Wisconsin  53402
USA