CPCE focus 12 (4/10)

Cooperation in Witness and Service - Free for the future - Build Bridges, not Walls! - Protestant Churches Carry European Unity Forward - Fading Colours of an old Tradition - From the Danube to the Danube - The the training of ministers in CPCE churches - Going with Reforms into the Future - The Way to Life - 'Building Communities of Reconciliation' - The Danube – A river that unites - 20 Years Pulpit and Table Fellowship in Austria

CPCE focus 12:

  • Cooperation in Witness and Service
    Europe’s Baptists and the CPCE agree to become mutually cooperating bodies.
    By Martin Friedrich and Tony Peck.
  • Free for the Future
    CPCE General Assembly 2012 on Church Reform Processes.
    By Thomas Flügge.
  • Build Bridges, not Walls!
    Ecumenism in the north of Europe: Four CPCE churches are at the same time Porvoo members, newly also the Danish National Church.
    By Stephanie Dietrich and Jan Nilsson.
  • Protestant Churches Carry European Unity Forward
    Thomas Wipf receives honorary doctorates in Münster und Debrecen for his services to the integration of Protestantism.
    By Thomas Flügge.
  • Fading Colours of an old Tradition
    CPCE was an observer with the Swiss Evangelical Church Alliance in the Near East. Close contact with the Community of Protestant Churches there aids mutual understanding.
    By Jochen Kramm.
  • From the Danube to the Danube
    Adél Dávid, formerly consultant to the Lutheran bishop in Hungary, introduces herself as the CPCE’s new specialist for liturgical questions.
  • CPCE prepares Europe-wide recommendations for the training of ministers
    The Community of Protestant Churches in Europe CPCE aims to reach a comprehensive agreement on common principles for the training of ministers. An international consultation in Vienna today elaborated a draft paper.
    By Thomas Flügge.
  • Going with Reforms into the Future
    On the Way to the General Assembly in Florence CPCE is analysing the Church Reform Processes in Europe.
    By Mario Fischer.
  • The Way to Life
    On the Emergence of a Northern Regional Group.
    By Jochen Kramm.
  • “Building Communities of Reconciliation”
    Over 100 theologians and church leaders from across the world searched in Seoul for ways to reconciliation in a divided land.
    By Martin Friedrich.
  • The Danube – A river that unites
    The founders of the Danube Civil Society Forum feel themselves excluded from the EU Danube strategy. Through their network they want to make themselves visible.
    By Adél Dávid.
  • 20 Years Pulpit and Table Fellowship in Austria
    CPCE on the Ground.
    By Lothar Pöll.
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