In Porto Alegre we took the decision to organize the international ecumenical peace convocation, and we shall be holding it this May in Kingston, Jamaica, with the emphasis on the key theme of a "just peace".
What does IEPC stand for?
IEPC stands for International Ecumenical Peace Convocation (World Council of Churches; Switzerland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
My recent experience at the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation in Kingston, Jamaica gave me a new image of the Christian faith that is bigger than the PCC; an image of a global church that is based upon humanity and similarity.
Geneva The World Council of Churches (WCC) says it will hold an International Ecumenical Peace Convocation in Kingston, Jamaica in 2011 as the culmination of its 10-year Decade to Overcome Violence.
And we look forward with excitement to what the coming years may bring, including the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation at Kingston, Jamaica in 2011 and the WCC's Tenth Assembly at Busan, Korea in 2013.
Two Orthodox peace consultations were held in 2009 in advance of the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation (IEPC), May 2011 in Jamaica.
An earlier 2008 workshop--"In Partnership for Gender Justice: Towards Transformative Masculinities"--on the role that churches have to play in helping men become better partners--a new way of being male--started the work that continues in the lead-up to the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation in 2011.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A decade-long focus on overcoming violence In early 2010, three WCC advisory groups met in Ethiopia to recognize the culmination of the Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV), the role of the church in building just peace and the forthcoming International Ecumenical Peace Convocation (IEPC) scheduled for May 2011 in Jamaica.
Geiko Muller-Fahrenholz, a retired Lutheran pastor and professor of ecumenical theology, was until recently the WCC's Coordinator for the international ecumenical peace convocation.