CPCE focus 11 (3/10)

“Ecumenism with Character, not an Ecumenism of Characters” - In verschiedenen Kirchen zu Hause – in der einen Kirche daheim - Good Conversations and an Open Future - “You are a letter of Christi ...” - 60 Years Free Exercise of Religion - The EU Strategy for the Danube Area lacks Work on Reconciliation - Reformed Churches on the Road to Communion - 'We are Uncomfortable, that is our Job' - 'The World is asking for a leading religious Role in the struggle against Aids - Roadside churches and pilgrim ways

CPCE focus 11:

  • “Ecumenism with Character, not an Ecumenism of Characters”
    Looking back and ahead – Dieter Heidtmann is leaving the CPCE after six years of coordinating the working area of “Ethics and Politics.” A conversation.
  • In verschiedenen Kirchen zu Hause - in der einen Kirche daheim (in german only)
    Die GEKE und die Evangelische Kirche in Hessen und Nassau organisieren eine Tagung zur „GEKE als Gemeinschaft von Kirchen“.
    By Mario Fischer.
  • Good Conversations and an Open Future
    The CPCE visits churches in Sweden and Finland.
    By Stephanie Dietrich.
  • “You are a letter of Christi ...”
    The Letters of the Apostle Paul and the Congregational Letter Today. – CPCE Bible Week 2010 from 17th to 21st June 2010 in Berlin.
    By Hans Jürgen Luibl.
  • 60 Years Free Exercise of Religion
    The Conference of the Romance-Language Protestant Churches in Europe, CEPPLE, met for its jubilee in Lyons and discussed cooperation with CPCE.
    By Jochen Kramm.
  • The EU Strategy for the Danube Area lacks Work on Reconciliation
    The Danube States: The Political Axis for European Growing Together. The European Commission begins a broadly extended strategy – which threatens to exhaust itself in technical questions.
    By Florian Herrmann.
  • Reformed Churches on the Road to Communion
    The newly founded World Communion of Reformed Churches must carve out the profile of its basic theological principles.
    By Martin Hirzel.
  • “We are Uncomfortable, that is our Job”
    The Palestinian Munib Younan is the new President of the Lutheran World Federation. Before that he led the CPCE’s Sister Organisation in the Near East.
    By Thomas Flügge.
  • “The World is asking for a leading religious Role in the struggle against Aids”
    The religious preconference to the World Aids Conference gives churches and religious communities the responsibility to engage themselves more strongly.
    By Jochen Kramm.
  • Roadside churches and pilgrim ways
    Protestantism between Spirituality and Tourism.
    By Mario Fischer.
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