The WSCF has a long history of publishing which spans more than a century. Find here archives from 1895 and new publications that will keep you updated with the Federation's programmes and activities.
The Universal Day of Prayer for Students (UDPS) is one of the longest established ecumenical events. The WSCF publishes ecumenical services of worship on a theme that relates to the Federation's theme of study for the year or responds to current events and issues of concern to the world's students.
March 8th is known as International Women’s Day across the nations. It is a day of hope, a day of courage, of celebration for women who fought for equality, justice and peace.
and Standing in Solidarity with the Refugees"
(prepared by WSCF Asia-Pacific)
The first set is held by the Yale Divinity School Library in USA and includes records from the period 1895 to 1925. This corresponds to the period when the Federation's first General Secretary John R. Mott was based in New York. The second set of archives is held by the World Council of Churches Library at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva and contains records from 1895 up till the present day.
Some historic publications are still available for purchase from the WSCF Inter-Regional Office and others are available for reference from the WSCF archives in Geneva or at the Yale Divinity School Library. Some of the titles available include Venite Adoremus II (1961) and Cantate Domino (1957).