National Council of Churches Far-Left: NCC Far-Left and Dangerous

When you and I attend the Sunday service at the church of our
choice, how often do we contemplate the doctrine behind the church?
Taking a look at the National Council of Churches is a wise thing to
do. In my opinion, they are far-left and dangerous.

If you attend a mainstream Christian church, this post is an alarm
bell. Do you know where your tithe goes and the philosophies silently,
and perhaps unknowingly, supported by them?

America’s Christian Churches

My pastor is very conservative in thought and sticks to biblical
teachings that I can confirm, within the Bible, for myself. From the
pulpit, I implicitly trust him. However, if you attend a church that is
a member of the National Council of Churches or the the broader World
Council of Churches, there are things to be aware of, issues to ponder
and agendas to explore.
It’s not as simple as the NCC agreeing with your philosophy…it’s the
matter of a percentage of the funds you give to your church being sent
to the headquarters of your denomination and from there, likely, a
donation made to the NCC. These figures are difficult to confirm, but
the National Council of Churches must be funded in some manner. On the
positive side,
reports that donations from mainstream churches have significantly
declined, but have been replaced with funds from political-action
groups – and numerous qualify as “far-left” activism.

Here are four things to think about:

1) The National Council of Churches advocates for gun control and the
Virginia Tech shootings has them hot on the mission. The NCC would
disarm America. Does your tithe support this cause?

2) The NCC wants diplomatic relations with the terrorist-sponsored
State of Iran, and, indeed, a delegation from the NCC visited Iran in
February 2007. Does your tithe support this cause?

3) The NCC met with the President of the terrorist-sponsored State of Syria, President Bashar Assad in

4) The sanctuary of our borders are dismissed by the NCC: “…churches
are implementing exciting ministries and are seeking additional support
and ideas to enhance their support of neighbors who are sometimes
dismissed as ‘aliens.

Faultline U.S.A has written a comprehensive post on this subject: United Nations Entrenched Within Most Christian Denominations. It is an older article, April 2007, but just as pertinent today as it was a year and a half ago.

This post is an alarm bell… we need to know to whom and to where our
earnestly donated monies go – and we need to know the philosophies we
silently, and perhaps, unknowingly, support.
I encourage you to follow the links above to Faultline’s article. It is
jam-packed with information, and while it may appear long, just a few
lines into it and you’ll grasp the importance of the issues.

This article was originally published here at Maggie’s Notebook in September 2008, and will begin some new reporting on the NCC.

Partial List of Denominational Membership

African Methodist Episcopal Church

The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

Alliance of Baptists

American Baptist Churches in the USA

Diocese of the Armenian Church of America

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

Church of the Brethren

The Coptic Orthodox Church in North America

The Episcopal Church

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Friends United Meeting

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Hungarian Reformed Church in America
International Council of Community Churches

Korean Presbyterian Church in America

Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church

Mar Thoma Church

Moravian Church in America

Northern Province
and Southern Province

National Baptist Convention of America

National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.

National Missionary Baptist Convention of America

Orthodox Church in America

Patriarchal Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in the USA

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

Polish National Catholic Church of America

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.

Reformed Church in America

Serbian Orthodox Church in the U.S.A. and Canada

The Swedenborgian Church

Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch

Ukrainian Orthodox Church of America

United Church of Christ

The United Methodist Church


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  • joseph r godleski

    i was told by the archbishop in south bound brook nj at the headquarters of the ukrainain orthodox churh in the u.s.a they have no dealings or membership in the ncc and have told the ncc to stop sending them information i see the ncc still lists them as a member of their organization

    • autumn mansfield

      oh really joseph whys that you would think they would have a membership thats not good it looks like a nice church i saw a website of this church the pics are nice

    • autumn mansfield

      i see what u wrote here look into other churches that have memberships and dealings joseph godleski!!!!!

      • autumn

        hey joesph godleski believe u of what u said i love orthodox stuff i love what u said on here its all true i have faith in u believe me i do just say what u believe in and whats in ur heart and the son and the holy sprit christ is risen and un block me

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  • autumn mansfield

    joseph r godleski is not a orthodox hes a fake

  • scott merletto

    hey joey godleski its scott merletto orthodox is bad to believe in i dont think u should ask god for stuff

  • scott merletto

    joseph godleski its scott merletto grow up and be a man im not scared of u leave me alone stop coming to my work