|Africa Inland Mission (AIM)
Established in 1895, Africa Inland Mission is a nondenominational Christian mission organisation focusing on Africa and islands in the Indian Ocean. Their stated mission is to see “Christ-centered churches established among all African peoples.” Their goal is to introduce Jesus to those who have never heard the Good News. AIM seeks to help new believers grow strong and healthy in their faith and to see new believers enfolded into a maturing church. Visit their website www.aimint.org.
Global Ministries is the common witness of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ responsible for nurturing relationships with international partners on behalf of Disciples and the UCC. Visit their website www.globalministries.org.
|Presbyterian Church U.S.A. PC (USA)
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is part of the Reformed tradition and is the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States. The PC(USA) was established by the 1983 merger of the Presbyterian Church in the United States with the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Visit their website www.pcusa.org.
|All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC)
The All Africa Conference of Churches is an ecumenical fellowship that represents more than 120 million African Christians in 174 national churches and regional Christian councils. Visit their website www.aacc-ceta.org.
|CEVAA (Community of Churches in Mission)
CEVAA was started in Paris in 1971 as a post-colonial successor to the Mission de Paris. It brings together 36 Protestant Churches which are implanted in Africa, Latin America, Europe, the Indian Ocean, and the Pacific. CEVAA’s diverse activities are centered mainly on the exchange of persons, as well as projects of theological reflection and development initiated by the member Churches.
|Christian Council of Lesotho (CCL)
The Christian Council of Lesotho is a fellowship of Christian churches and Christian organizations, formed in 1965. It has two main objectives: (1) to foster closer cooperation and unity amongst churches and organizations of different Christian traditions; (2) to enable member churches and organization to more fully share in the spiritual, social and economic endeavours. It has been involved over the years in social development, formal and informal education, health and sanitation, environmental protection and agriculture, civic education, conflict management.At present the following are members: Anglican Church, Assemblies of God, African Methodist, Methodist Church of South Africa, Lesotho Evangelical Church in Southern Africa and the Roman Catholic Church. The Students Christian Movement is an associate member.
|World Council of Churches (WCC)
The World Council of Churches is an inter-church organization founded in 1948. Its members today include most mainstream Christian churches, but not the Roman Catholic Church, which sends accredited observers to meetings. It arose out of the ecumenical movement. Visit their website at www.oikoumene.org.
|World Communion of the Reformed Churches (WCRC)
The World Communion of Reformed Churches is an ecumenical Christian body formed in June 2010 by the union of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the Reformed Ecumenical Council. With more than 80 million members the WCRC is the third largest Christian communion in the world, after the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. Visit their website www.wcrc.ch.