The End of the NCC?

Home Vital Signs The End of the NCC?

The declining National Council of Churches, once the mouthpiece of America’s mainline Protestant denominations, is struggling to find a new purpose.  At its May 2002 board meeting, the NCC discussed its latest ecumenical outreach, an attempt to incorporate Roman Catholics and evangelicals.  Called “Christian Churches Together in the . . .

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