Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC)
Conférence des eglises du pacifique
1961-04-22 Malua Samoa USA
22 Apr - 4 May 1961, Malua (Samoa USA), as a Continuation Committee.
Promote a spirit of ecumenicism among the Churches of the Pacific; help member Churches evaluate their work and plan so that their human and financial resources are used in joint action for mission; create greater awareness of the issue of justice, peace and human development facing the people and nations of the region and the world; facilitate mutual consultation; promote participation in the wider ecumenical movement; be a means for channelling help among, to and from Churches in the region in times of natural disaster or need.
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General Assembly (every 5 years); Executive Committee; Secretariat.
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