EIRC - Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee

EIRC - Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee

Engaging with the global church.

EIRC - Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee

The Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee (EIRC) is appointed by the synod of the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) to engage and participate in the life of the global church, particularly interacting with churches and ecumenical organizations that share the heritage of the Reformed understanding of the Christian faith. Read more

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Learn more about the purpose of the EIRC and see who's currently on the committee. read more
A summary of the churches with whom we have ecclesiastical relationships. read more
Our Ecumenical Charter guides our work and identifies four configurations of ecumenical relationships. read more
Learn about the differences between interfaith dialogue and ecumenical relations. read more
Synod 2012 approved the Belhar Confession as an Ecumenical Faith Declaration. read more