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I am pleased to announce that the search for a successor as webmaster for the Network of International Congregations has progressed. Expect an announcement within the next few weeks.

Financial and Leadership Support

The Rev. Arthur O. F. Bauer provided leadership for the work of the Network for International Congreqtions in transition from the Office for International Churches / Christians Abroad of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. with offices in New York to its independent status.
His successor as part-time Director was the Rev. Scott Campbell, who moved the official office to Cambridge, Massachusette.
The Rev. Karl Reko operated out of Chicago as the last official director of NIC.
Web master for the group since it began its web presence has been the Rev. James Dwyer, first from Vienna, then from Munich, Hamburg, New York, and finally southern California.

In its formative years the following denominations provided financial support and leadership for NIC:

    American Baptist Churches
    Baptist Union and Missionary Society of New Zealand
    Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
    Church of Scotland
    Cumberland Presbyterian Church
    Episcopal Church (USA)
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
    Presbyterian Church in Canada
    Presbyterian Church in Aotearoa New Zealand
    Presbyterian Church (USA)
    Reformed Church in America
    United Church of Christ
    United Methodist Church
    United Reformed Church in the U.K.
    Uniting Church in Australia

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An annual Directory of International Congregations was once published annually, listing churches related to the NIC. The Directory has been replaced by the web site of which this page is a part.

Contact — Dr. James Dwyer, responsible for the content.