World Convention of Churches of Christ (WCCC)
Convention mondiale des Eglises du Christ
1930 Washington DC USA
Founded 1930, Washington DC (USA). One of 20 world organizations referred to as 'Christian World Communions or Church Family Groups', meeting separately every 4 years.
Show the essential oneness of the churches in the Lord Jesus Christ; impart inspiration; cultivate the spirit of fellowship; cooperate with Christians everywhere toward the unity of the Church on the basis of the New Testament.
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Officers: President, Past President, 1st Vice President, 5 further Vice Presidents and Treasurer. Committee, comprising 20 members.
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