Ecumenical Movement

FECCIWA is part of the ecumenical movement. We work in ecumenical partnership with churches on the African Continent and World-Wide. We also work together with other allies in churches and beyond.


All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC)
The All Africa Conference of Churches is an ecumenical fellowship representing more than 120 million Christians in 39 African countries working to make a difference in the lives of the people of Africa through ministries of advocacy and presence on the continental, regional and local levels.

Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA)
Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) is an international network of over 90 churches and Christian organizations cooperating in advocacy on global trade and on HIV and AIDS. Working with these groups, EAA strives to better inform policies and practices of governments, international institutions, corporations, and local communities.
Alliance members represent tens of millions of Christians around the world who share the conviction that advocacy against unjust structures, practices and attitudes should not be a task we engage in when it is convenient, but must be a fundamental requirement of living out our faith.  


The World Council of Churches (WCC)
The World Council of Churches (WCC) is an international fellowship of Christian churches, built upon the foundation of encounter, dialogue, and collaboration." Formed as a result of the influence stemming from the ecumenical movement. About 340 denominations and individual churches belong to WCC.

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