Religion: Protestants at Work

Protestants at Work In Chicago last week the 125-member General Board of the newly created National Council of Churches held its fourth bi-monthly meeting. Some of the board's decisions were purely administrative; others will be passed along to the National Council's 29 constituent denominations for action at grass-roots level. Highlights: ¶Approval of a program to bring religious training to young people by putting congregations and communities to work, instead of leaving it up to the present inadequate combination of Sunday schools and "released time" education. ¶The admission of the Greek Orthodox Church as the 30th constituent member of the National...

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