April 14-21, 2010
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) is Asia’s oldest ecumenical organization which draws its membership from nearly 100 churches and 15 national councils from 19 countries. It brings together member churches and councils for seminars and conferences to equip and nurture them to go back to their countries and engage in God’s mission.
Every five years CCA holds its General Assembly and gathers more than 300 members to celebrate life, discuss and set policy to re-enact God’s mission in Asia. CCA held its 13th General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur from April 14-21, 2010. Necta Montes Rocas, Immanuel Kitnan and Sunita Suna from the World Student Christian Federation - Asia-Pacific region attended the 13th GA of CCA as ecumenical partners. [read on]
The Pre Assembly Youth Forum of 13th General Assembly of the Christian Conference of Asia held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 10th-13th April 2010. Diverse and dynamic young people from different countries, churches, national councils, and Christian Youth Organizations from 19 countries of Asia and the Pacific participated at this Youth Forum. [read on]
"Celebrating Life: Women Prophets, Healers and Reconcilers"
April 10-13, 2010
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Women’s Pre-Assembly of the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) was held on the above said theme from April 10-13, 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More than 60 women and few men from Asia and the Pacific representing the churches and ecumenical organizations participated the event. [read on]
It is my pleasure to extend greetings and congratulations from the World Student Christian Federation and the Student Christian Movements in Asia and the Pacific to this 13th General Assembly of CCA. We are in your midst, in the midst of this General Assembly. Some of us are here as stewards, delegates, observers, guest and staff of CCA. [read on]
General Secretary: Rev. Dr. Henriette Tabita Hutabarat-Lebang the first woman general secretary in CCA. She is a vice-president of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and is a member of the Joint Working Group between the WCC and the Roman Catholic Church. [read on]
The Christian Conference of Asia and WSCF AP Joint Committee met at the Bangkok Christian Guest House before the Standing Committee. The Meeting was attended by Necta, Yin Yin, Immanuel from WSCF and Adam Row from CCA. Necta shared a brief background of CWP, which started in 1966 between East Asian Conference of Churches (EACC) and WSCF with a covenant. [read on]
March 3 to 8, 2007
As a member of the ecumenical movement, we are taking-part in the celebration of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of CCA. The region will send representative to the celebration in Parapat Indonesia to show our solidarity and commitment to the ecumenical movement of the churches in Asia.
The CCA WSCF Joint Program (CWP) Committee met at the Church of Christ in Thailand (CCT) Guest House in Bangkok, Thailand from Nov 10 to 12, 2006. Attending the meeting were Rev. Dr. Roger Gaikwad, Ms. Nina Nayoan, Necta Montes Rocas from WSCF AP, and Ms. Chang Chung Chih and Mr. Lesley Capus from CCA. [read on]
November 25-26, 2005
Shatin in Hong Kong
The CCA and WSCF Asia-Pacific Joint Committee met last November 25 to 26, 2005 at the CCA Centre, Shatin in Hong Kong. The meeting was attended by six representatives from the two organizations, they were: Rev. Dr. Roger Gaikwad, chairperson of WSCF AP; Ms. Nina Nayoan, ExCo member of WSCF; Ms. Necta Montes Rocas, Regional Secretary of WSCF AP; Ms. Chung Chih, incoming youth secretary of CCA; Ms. Lu Yeuh Wen, Youth President of CCA; and Mr. Lesly Capus, NCCP Youth Coordinator. [read on]
June 26 to 28, 2004
The National Christian Council and Student Christian Movement of Sri Lanka held a CCA-WSCF Joint Consultation to deepen the partnership of the two bodies for ecumenical student ministry. This Joint Consultation was held on 26-28 June 2004 in Colombo and was participated by church leaders, university chaplains and SCM leaders. Mr. Rakesh P. Dass represented the CCA-WSCF Joint Committee. [read on]
December 3 to 4, 2003
The Joint Consultation started off with an opening worship facilitated by Cora Tabing, CCA’s Executive Secretary of Ecumenical Formation, Gender Justice and Youth Empowerment, that affirmed the participants’ commitment to ecumenism partnership and development amongst the students and youth. An opening address was given by Dr, Ahn Jae-woong, General Secretary of CCA. He emphasized the needs and importance of student ministry in order to enhance the vitality and richness of the ecumenical movement. [read on]
April 12 to 14, 2002
The consultation was jointly organised by the National Council of Churches (NCC) and SCM Bangladesh from 12 to 14 April 2002. Around 30 students, faculty members, pastors and churches leaders participated in the consultation. Rev. Shin, Regional Secretary of the WSCF AP, represented the CCA-WSCF Joint Committee. [read on]