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The World Reformed Fellowship (WRF) is an ecumenical Christian organization which promotes unity between conservative Reformed churches around the world. The World Fellowship of Reformed Churches (WFRC) was formed in 1994 when the Presbyterian Church in America, the National Presbyterian Church in Mexico, and the Presbyterian Church of Brazil and member churches mainly from the Latin American countries, India, East Africa and the USA. The International Reformed Fellowship (IRF) was formed also in 1994 with Reformed churches in South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan, and from all part of Asia.
The World Fellowship of Reformed Churches and the International Reformed Fellowship united on October 24, 2000 to form the World Reformed Fellowship. The WRF is now an international body represented in seventy-five countries.
The WRF is a fellowship not a council and want to fulfill the dream of John Calvin, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield and many others to unite evangelical Reformed Christians. Members have to agree with:
World Reformed Fellowship wants to promote Reformed thinking, encourage churches and people to embrace Reformed thinking, and to promote evangelisation in the Reformed tradition and to provide forum for dialoge. 
There are a total of 54 denominational members of the Fellowship, and 104 organizational members, as of May 5, 2011.