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World Council of Churches

World Council of Churches, international association of about 300 Protestant, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and Old Catholic churches in some 90 countries. Founded 1948, with headquarters in Geneva, it promotes Christian unity, religious liberty, missionary cooperation, interfaith doctrinal study, and service projects such as refugee relief.

See also: Christianity.

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