Ecumenical Christian Centre (ECC)
was founded in the year 1963 by a visionary by name M. A. Thomas. ECC is located in Whitefield in Bengaluru
on a 29 acre campus.
M. A. Thomas, was a Priest of the Mar Thoma
Church who had a vision to bring many of the Church societies that were spreading the Gospel onto one single platform. It was also as a result of ecumenism
where a greater need for unity among the churches was felt worldwide
ECC is a body corporate
registered under the Companies Act
1956 and was incorporated on February 25, 1966 as a company not for profit and falls under the purview of the Registrar of Companies
, Karnataka region.
Activities & Programmes
Many programmes are held round the year in ECC related to diverse areas which are of concern to humankind.
- Theology for Our Times
- ECC news
The present executive committee (2007–2008) comprises the following elected members:
The present Director is Rev. Dr.
M. Mani Chako, an Old Testament Scholar with substantial experience in teaching and administrative matters.