WCC prepares for 10 days assembly

WCC prepares for 10 days assemblyFinal preparations are underway for the opening of the 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) to be held in Busan, Republic of Korea. The welcome bags are prepared by the volunteers of Sansung Presbyterian Church in Busan, for assembly delegates and several thousand other participants who are expected to attend the 10-day assembly. The bags include an array of assembly publications including worship and Bible study materials, programme and resource book and information about the work of the WCC since the last assembly, held in 2006 at Porto Alegre, Brazil.

God of Life, lead us to justice and peace

The assembly, which has the theme “God of Life, lead us to justice and peace”, opens 30 October with an opening prayer service in which some 5,000 people, including 2,500 Koreans, will participate. The opening service will be broadcast through an online live stream from the Christian Broadcast System in Korea, the oldest Christian television network in Korea. The live stream will broadcast several other events from the WCC assembly. A schedule of programming is now available on the WCC assembly website.
In addition to a number of live stream broadcasts throughout the assembly, access to the assembly from afar will be facilitated through a number of other sources. For tablets and mobile phones, a downloadable free mobile application that will feature daily stories, photos and links to videos from the assembly is available through the iTunes Store and Google Market.
Each day a 15-minute video broadcast, Madang Live, will be available on You Tube and show highlights and feature stories from the assembly. The assembly will be trending through social media networks such as the WCC Twitter site, @oikoumene, @OlavTveit and the assembly Twitter site, @wcc2013. The WCC Assembly Facebook event is now a running space on social media, engaging some 600 people from around the world through sharing of information, articles and links about the assembly.
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