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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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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

PROTEST MARCH AND A 'DHARNA PRADARSHAN'

A Protest March and a 'Dharna Pradarshan' was organized by the Christians of Meerut on 17th Feb 2015, to show express solidarity with the sufferers of atrocities against the Christian community in general. Christians of all denominations equally participated in the demonstration. 
The 'protest' had a strong support of about 2000 active participation, says Sandeep Rai, Times of India. He wrote, ‘Almost 2,000 Christians participated in a peace march against alleged attacks on churches in Delhi recently and instances of re-conversion (ghar wapsi) by right-wing groups.
The 2km march, organized under the banner of Christian-rights group United Christian ........more  

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DWFCS SEMINAR

The Diocesan Women's Fellowship for Christian Service organized a Seminar with the theme 'You are special in the sight of God' (Isaiah43:4). The Seminar began with Praise and Worship in Bengali, English and Hindi followed by the welcome address by Mrs. Snigdha Simick, President, DWFCS.
The Rt. Revd. Ashoke Biswas, Bishop of Calcutta Diocese said the opening prayer and gave the opening address. He expressed his joy at the presence of the good number of participants from the different pastorates. He said that as much as women are special they are also blessed with great responsibilities, that can be carried effectively only with discipline and careful preparation.
The character of Mary is an ideal, worth emulating for experiencing blessing and building Godly homes in the midst of joy and suffering. Women have a role to play not only in the homes but in the society and in Church life. Christian identity as a follower of Christ is revealed, when women can visit others in the right spirit of love, concern and fellowship. All people are equal in the sight of God and are special people irrespective of the background and profession they represent.....
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CHAIN PRAYER ON WORLD DAY OF PRAYER

“World Day of Prayer” and Indian festival Holi coincided on March 6, 2015. On the occasion, day of chain prayer was organized by Hope Prayer Network of CNI Church Pendra Road Diocese of Chhattisgarh. The 12 hours nonstop chain prayer was a grand success, due to the availability of the Payer Warriors.
Following were the prayer concerns:
1. For all the Churches, in Dioceses, the pastors, the evangelists, The Bishops, lay leaders, for their spiritual growth and for their Evangelism work.
2. for the persecutions on Christians in all over the world by ISISI especially in Islamic countries.
3. for all the Christian organizations like NCCI, CNI, Bible society of India, Religious and Ecumenical organizations.
4. For children and youth especially who are appearing for their exams, and for the employment for the jobless.
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