The consultation urged that: * tapes be used in addition to books and articles as a resource for the expression of Pacific Theology; * the Pacific Conference of Churches provide writing workshops for theological teachers who want to publish their ideas but need help in the methods of writing; * the churches initiate action by which the local congregations will be helped to reflect theologically through various art forms such as song, dance, drawing and decorating.
What does PCC stand for?
PCC stands for Pacific Conference of Churches
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- Printed Circuit Board Exchange
- Private Computerized Branch Exchange
- Process Control Block Extension
- Chief Postal Clerk (Naval Rating)
- Pacific Century Cyberworks (Hong Kong)
- Pacific Christian College (Fullerton, CA, USA)
- Pacific Circle Consortium (University of Canberra, Australia)
- Pacific Clearing Corporation (Los Angeles, CA)
- Pacific Coast Conference (now Pac-10 conference)
- Pacific Coast Council (various organizations)
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He served in several offices of the Pacific Conference of Churches and was the WCC president from the Pacific region from 1998 to 2006.
02/02/2011, PCC, SUVA, FIJI -- The Pacific Conference of Churches is deeply concerned about the consequences of the envisaged collapse of the reef cliff of Moruroa atoll and calls on the French authorities in Maohi Nui (French Polynesia) to immediately assess the dangers the atoll poses to the people of Maohi Nui and the rest of the Pacific region.
At the ecumenical level the World Council of Churches and the Pacific Conference of Churches in our region have been active for some time', says Pepper.
A selection of the entries in this volume includes the Pacific Conference of Churches, peace, purgatory, reincarnation, Rosicrucians, Rwanda, Santiago cult, and Shari'a.
At a recent international consultation held in Fiji by the World Council of Churches and the Pacific Conference of Churches, representatives from 29 countries laid out their vision for a just international economy.
6) The chief ecumenical agency in the Pacific has been the Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC), which emerged at the same time as the Pacific Theological College.
As the first general secretary of the Pacific Conference of Churches, he contributed to the growth of the ecumenical movement in the region.