World council of Independent Christian Churches (WCICC) is an association of churches, Christian schools, priests, ministries, and individual members in over 79 countries across the world. It offers a platform for independent churches that lack the collective support and the civil liberties of mainline Churches. It fosters the member churches for preserving the Christian heritage, and maintaining its separation from doctrinal impurity. The WCICC offers direction to churches and members for devoted loyalty to the Word of God. In today’s world there are many churches that become independent by following the liberalism and lack of morality. Thus, there is a need for fellowship, mutual priestly collaboration, inter-communion, training and, support for independent worshippers and clergy. WCICC offers a diverse variety of programs and services related to Christian Churches.

World Council of Independent Christian Churches The World Council of Independent Christian Churches was founded and incorporated on March 24, 1993 and since them it is involved in offering numerous programs and services for Christian Churches. In 1996, The WCICC got approval and became an accredited NGO (Non Governmental Organization). At present, the WCICC is accredited by the United Nations’ Economic and Social Council and enjoys the Consultative Status in Category II. It is also registered with the Department of Public Information and engaged in the distribution of information.

The WCICC has been highly instrumental in ensuring the security of member churches in most of the countries. It has a robust network that addresses the mutual needs and common concerns of the churches. The WCICC represents the diversity of the Christian Churches. The World Council of Independent Christian Churches organises conferences from time to time. These conferences focuses on sharing basic education related to the church and religious affairs across the world. Moreover, the WCICC actively participates in meetings and conferences which are sponsored by the United Nations, and other religious institutions.

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