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The Church of North India was established in 1970 after a series of consultations that began in 1929. The fourth and final edition of the plan was complied in 1965, and on that basis Church Union in North India was inaugurated on the 29th of November, 1970 in Nagpur.
Churches that formed the new Church of North India, included:
The concern for a unified Church grew out of a zeal for the mission of the Church. A divided Church could not bear witness to the one Gospel and the one Lord in a country like India with its diverse religions, languages, races and cultures. Through the process of negotiations and prayerful seeking of the guidance of the Holy Spirit, unity was achieved in the understanding and practice of the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, the three-fold ministry of Bishops, Presbyters and Deacons and in the organizational structures of Pastorates, Dioceses and the Synod. Episcopacy was received and accepted as both constitutional and historic. The Church of North India was created as a unifying body to reach out to those in need and provide spiritual guidance and support.
The formation of the Synodical Board of Social Services (SBSS) was seen as an extension of the mission of the church, in order to provide practical support and empower communities who were the most neglected.
To be a transformed and transforming community towards the establishment of the reign of God and a Mission of “Equipping the primary constituency (Laity, Clergy, Women, Youth and Children) to be effective leaders/ enablers in living and communicating “the evangel”
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 God’s Creation through continuous struggle against the demonic powers by breaking down the barriers of caste, class, gender, economic inequality and exploitation of the nature”
Trainer’s Manuals to capacitate community members and local leaders on Panchayat Raj Institutions, in Odisha, West Bengal, Haryana, Punjab, and Jharkhand.[Read more]
Training program to capacitate the marginalized communities on Fundamental rights, Role of State and Constitution in the simplest way.[Read more]
With the new interventions in the project areas, CNI SBSS has initiated new programs and activities in accordance to the need of the community.[Read more]
To orient the staff on the new focus areas and capacitate them, CNI SBSS conducted a workshop on Education and WASH for all the DBSS staff from 19th to 22nd July 2016 at Gopalpur, Odisha.[Read more]
Conflict Transformation from 27th – 29th January 2016 held at Gopalpur, Orissa[Read more]
They would get their daughters treated every now and then, but they were only growing weaker, because of which the girls were not able to go to school regularly.[Read more]
Kinder could not see her children suffering because of this. She was finding it difficult to even feed her children, left alone sending them to school.[Read more]
“If children are denied education and their rightful freedom, there is little point in priding ourselves…”[Read more]