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In 1950, two fellowships in the Community Church Movement joined in a historic merger. At the time, their joining represented the largest interracial merger of religious bodies in America. The new creation was the International Council of Community Churches. Member churches and centers united to be a fellowship of ecumenically-minded, freedom-loving churches cooperating in fulfilling the mission of the Church in the world.As a post-denominational movement for over 40 years, the Council has witnessed and worked for Christian unity and reconciliation in human society. And this is the work it carries into the 21st Century.
International Council of Community Churches
Detailed information on doctrine, history, practices, polity, structure, conferences, and current contact information. Includes updated list of affiliated congregations worldwide.
Christian Catholic Church Society
Historical information.
Ecumenical Cistercian Abbey of St.Severin (English Language Pages)
History, beliefs, practices and photographs of The Abbey of St. Severin, the only cloistered community of monks within the Order of Port Royal, headquarters of the German Chapter of the I.C.C.C.
Hull Christian Catholic Community Church
The schedule and history of this church in Hull, Quebec.
People's Community Church
Berea, Ohio. Includes information about ministries, sermon notes, calendar, services, and contacts.
Spirit United Interfaith Church
Robbinsdale, Minnesota. An interfaith church based on the principles of Esoteric Christianity and Ageless Wisdom. Mission statement, biographies of ministers, news, service schedule.
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