The Middle East Council of Churches (M.E.C.C.) is a fellowship of churches relating itself to the main stream of the modern ecumenical movement, the same which gave birth to the World Council and other regional ecumenical councils throughout the world.
The MECC is also a meeting-place for the indigenous churches of the region, a facilitator of their common response to common needs. It encourages and supports relationships between its member churches in an ecclesiastically sensitive manner, adhering to the historical confessions of the united Church, the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds, to which all its members subscribe. Its family structure emphasizes consensus and participation in community.
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