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The World Reformed Fellowship is an ecumenical Christian body which promotes unity between conservative Reformed churches around the world.

It was formed on October 24, 2000 through the union of the World Fellowship of Reformed Churches (WFRC) and the International Reformed Fellowship (IRF).

It is similar in theology to the International Conference of Reformed Churches and more conservative than the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and Reformed Ecumenical Council.

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Members

The following are the denominational and organizational members of the World Reformed Fellowship:

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Denominational Members

Total of 40 denominational members, as of 2009-01-27.
Source: Samuel T. Logan, Jr., Confronting Kingdom Challenges (Crossway Books, 2007), 237. ISBN 1581348630

Organizational Members

(as of April 10, 2006)
  • CHAIM Mission to the Jews (USA)
  • Chongshin University and Theological Seminary (South Korea)
  • Reformed Evangelical Theological Seminary of Indonesia
  • Reformed Theological Seminary (USA)
  • Aletheia Theological Institute (Indonesia)
  • Highland Theological College (Scotland)
  • Miami International Seminary (USA)
  • Westminster Seminary California (USA)
  • International Theological Seminary (USA)
  • Istituto di Formazione Evangelica e Documentazione (Italy)
  • Bandung Theological Seminary (Indonesia)
  • Mukhayo Theological College (South Africa)
  • Haddington House (Canada)
  • The Back to God Evangelistic Association (Uganda)
  • The Den Dulk Christian Foundation (USA)
  • Reformed Theological Seminary (Colombia)
  • Covenant Theological Seminary (Myanmar)
  • Iyani Bible School (South Africa)
  • TE3 (Theological Education for Eastern Europe)

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