|World Council of Churches
Founded in 1948, the World Council of
Churches is a fellowship of 345 Protestant and
Orthodox Christian churches in 110 countries.
Denmark in August 1958, the WCC continued efforts
to incorporate the Russian Orthodox Church into
Left: Bishop Otto Dibelius of
Berlin-Brandenburg, World Council of Churches
president, preaches in the Cathedral of Odense,
Denmark, at WCC's 10th anniversary service on
August 24, 1958.
Right: The Central Committee
of the World Council of Churches -- Chairman
Franklin C. Fry, United States; Dr. D.T. Niles,
Ceylon; Metropolitan Parthenios, Egypt; and Rev.
Peter Dagadu, Ghana -- met in Greece in 1959.
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