Gabriel stated that the council will be a national version of the Middle East Council of Churches and the World Council of Churches, but will not be a substitute for either of these councils.
What does MECC stand for?
MECC stands for Middle East Council of Churches
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We have 57 other meanings of MECC in our Acronym Attic
- Monitoring the European Central Bank
- Multilateral EVA Control Board
- Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre
- Medical Education and Communication Company
- Melbourne Exhibition & Conference Centre (Melbourne, Australia)
- Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre (Australia)
- Metropolitain East Communication Center (Gahanna, OH)
- Metropolitan Emergency Communications Center (New Albany, OH)
- Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography (capillary zone electrophoresis)
- Middle East Call Centre (trade show)
- Military Education Coordination Conference (now Military Education Coordination Council)
- Military Education Coordination Council
- Minimal Extra Corporeal Circuit
- Minimum Essential Communications Capability
- Ministry of Education and Culture (various organizations)
- Minnesota Educational Computing Corporation (educational software company)
- Mitsubishi Electric Credit Corporation (Japan)
- Mobile Expandable Container Configuration (shelter)
- Mountain Empire Community College
- Manitoba Excellence in Customer Contact Achievement (Award)
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In 1974 when the Middle East Council of Churches was formed, it was the major ecumenical movement in the area, where dialogue among church traditions took place.
16: 53 THE Church of Cyprus will be hosting the 10th general assembly of the Middle East Council of Churches in Paphos tomorrow and Wednesday.
The chaplain pointed out that The World Council of Churches' migrant committee had met with the Middle East Council of Churches in Dubai and declared 2010 as the International Year of the Migrant.
Constantine Dabbagh of the Middle East Council of Churches visiting a clinic that his organization runs in Gaza.
Betty, a UCC minister, and Martin, a religion media consultant, are familiar with the Middle East from their days living in Bethlehem while working with the Middle East Council of Churches Jerusalem Office.