The aim: full pulpit and eucharistic fellowship - The human rights debate in the ecumenical field of tension - Close collaboration with allocated roles - How many languages can a church service tolerate?
CPCE focus 7
- The aim: full pulpit and eucharistic fellowship
The Bavarian Lutheran-Baptist working group declares a basic consensus on the shaping of baptism and eucharist in keeping with the gospel.
By Martin Friedrich und Erich Geldbach.
- The human rights debate in the ecumenical field of tension
Comments on the constructive potential of the current controversy between the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe (CPCE) and the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC).
By Frank Mathwig.
- Small pause – big win
The winner of the Kirchentag competition visits Vienna.
By Evelyn Martin.
- In brief
By Michael Bünker.
- Close collaboration with allocated roles
The future of the CEC from a Protestant perspective.
By Thomas Wipf.
- A European follows an African
From now on the Norwegian Lutheran Olav Fykse Tveit stands at the head of the World Council of Churches. A conversation with Stephanie Dietrich.
By Stephan Cezanne/epd.
- How many languages can a church service tolerate?
The year of migration: the CPCE is working out recommendations for services involving people of different languages.
By Jochen Kramm.
- Going to the frontiers
CPCE churches from Hungary, Austria and Germany recall the beginning of the end of the Iron Curtain in 1989.
By Hans Jürgen Luibl.
- “How we experienced the revolution”
Report on the CPCE Bible Week in Berlin, 25–29 June 2009
By Lisa Weniger.
- Melanchthon Centre – a Protestant centre for ecumenical studies in Rome
Christianity in Rome is not always papal, it is also Protestant. Among others, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Italy (ELCI) has its headquarters in Rome, as do the Italian Waldensians, who have put their theological faculty close to the Vatican.
By Philine Blum.