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LORD, INSPIRE US TO ACT JUSTLY, LOVE TENDERLY, AND WALK HUMBLY WITH YOU, OUR GOD. BREATHE UPON US YOUR SPIRIT OF PEACE THAT WE MAY BE BEARERS OF RECONCILIATION WHEREVER YOU PLACE US. MAY THERE BE PEACE IN OUR HEARTS, IN OUR HOMES, IN OUR LAND, AND BETWEEN ALL PEOPLE. AMEN

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The Church of North India as a United and Uniting together is committed to announce the Good News of the reign of God inaugurated through death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in proclamation and to demonstrate in actions to restore the integrity of Gods creation through continuous struggle against the demonic powers by breaking down the barriers of caste, class, gender, economic inequality and exploitation of the nature
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BIBLE VERSE OF THE WEEK QUOTATION FOR THE WEEK

Report of The 14th Ordinary Synod

Message from The 14th Ordinary Synod

"APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR THE POSTS OF COORDINATORS AT THE CNI SYNOD PROGRAMME"

CONDOLENCE MESSAGE

105th ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY THE MOST REVD. JUSTIN WELBY VISITS CHURCH OF NORTH INDIA SYNOD

CHURCH LEADERSHIP FIGHTINGFOR
SC RIGHTS FOR THE DALIT CHRISTIANS LATHI CHARGED, WATER CANONED, COURT ARRESTED AND KEPT IN POLICE CUSTODY 

44TH CNI DAY CELEBRATIONS JOINT WORSHIP AT CNI BHAVAN, NEW DELHI

CHURCH OF NORTH INDIA CONDEMNS THE
KILLING OF INNOCENT CHRISTIANS IN PAKISTAN

CHURCH OF NORTH INDIA JOINS MILLION POST CARDS CAMPAIGN

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR CNI GIRLS

FREEDOM WALK TO END HUMAN TRAFFICKING

The Diocese of Calcutta CNI organized a 'Freedom Walk' on February 15, 2015 to end human trafficking and modern day slavery. The walk was organized under the mission-oriented projects undertaken by Diocese of Calcutta as a part of its Bicentenary Celebrations. More than 3000 people from different Churches, social organizations along with about 1500 students from various schools under the Diocese of Calcutta participated at the Walk along with people from various walks of life. The Walk was a peaceful protest against the darkest crimes of our society and a call to the younger generation to stand up against and be more aware about the exploitation of women and minors. . ........more  

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ECUMENICAL SEMINAR

The Diocese of Calcutta and Mennonite Central Committee, India Jointly organized an Ecumenical Seminar on the theme “Seeking Freedom and Peace – Restoration of All Things in Jesus Christ” at La Martiniere for Girls, Kolkata.

Church leaders- both Clergy and laypersons, Heads of institutions and Christian Organizations / NGOs of the Diocese of Calcutta and from other denominations attended the seminar. The students of La Martiniere for Girls', Kolkata performed a special song followed by praise and worship led by Mrs. Irene Suderman and Rev. Dn. Margaret Nilanjana Ali. ....
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“MASIHI KAVYA” SONG BOOK RELEASED

“MasihiKavya” a song book was recently released prayerfully by the hands of Dr. Paul Dinakaran at the time of 'AnandaMahotsayaSammelan' held in Raipur. This beautiful song book is been prepared by the members of the Disciples of Christ Church CNI, Pendra Road, Dist-Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. At this massive moment Dr. Paul Dinakaran spoke that this Song Book “MasihiKavya” which is produced by Rev. Dr. Atul Arthur, will be a significant book of worship for all the Churches in North India, and it is valuable for other churches also. He congratulated the Disciples of Christ Church for this great effort.......more

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BIRTH OF A SAFE HOME

Human Trafficking is presently at its peak than any other time in human history. Further it is estimated that this endemic atrocity is only to rise in the future. As in every part of the world, it is also strongly present in the Indo-Nepal and Indo-Bangladesh bordering districts of South and North Dinajpur in West Bengal.

As the churches stand against this violation of basic human freedom, the Diocese of Durgapur under the Church of North India had initiated its Anti Human Trafficking Programme on 20th of May, 2011. It started to cater to a population of more than 1,30,904 people of five Gram Panchayats of Kaliagunj and Kusumandi Block, spreading awareness and building capacities of the local people to fight against human trafficking. Many programmes, campaigns and rescues have been undertaken by the programme ever since....
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