National Christian Council of Sri Lanka (NCCSL)

The National Christian Council of Sri Lanka was founded in 1945 (forerunners: the Christian Council of India, Burma & Ceylon formed in 1923, the Christian Council in Ceylon, 1922, the Ceylon Representative Council of Missions, 1920, and the All Ceylon Conference of 1912).

Basis: To affirm and confess our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour, and to seek together to fulfill the common calling, to the glory of the Triune God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

The Council runs many activities in the following areas: Theological Reflection, Ecumenical Relations, Communications, Peace and Reconciliation, Relief and Rehabilitation, Evangelism and Church Renewal, Justice Concerns, Development Concerns, Christian Education, Women, Youth, Family and Life, and Capacity Building.

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Sri Lanka - reaching out

Sri Lanka - reaching out

Mar 31, 2011

ACT supports communities affected by war, massacres, displacement and floods one after the other.

Sri Lanka: untold agricultural damage

Sri Lanka: untold agricultural damage

Feb 16, 2011

Floods have returned to Sri Lanka with a vengeance, decimated crops and hitting labourers and small farmers hardest

Sri Lanka: one million driven from homes or land

Sri Lanka: one million driven from homes or land

Jan 17, 2011

The number of people affected tops one million as flooding in Sri Lanka worsens

Sri Lanka: Churches demand release of ACT human rights worker

Sri Lanka: Churches demand release of ACT human rights worker

Apr 24, 2009

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  • Founded in 1945
  • Based in Colombo, Sri Lanka

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