CPCE focus 10 (2/10)

Philip Melanchthon – Bridge-Builder of the Reformation - Protestant Cooperation in North-West Europe is put on a new Basis - Philip Melanchthon – Bridge-Builder of the Reformation - CPCE South-East Europe group met in Gall-Neukirchen - Common Service in CPCE - Letting church fellowship come alive locally

CPCE focus 10:

  • Philip Melanchthon – Bridge-Builder of the Reformation
    With his principle of “unity in reconciled diversity” Melanchthon was the first protestant ecumenist and by it he stamped present-day Europe.
    By Martin Friedrich.
  • Protestant Cooperation in North-West Europe is put on a new Basis
    Ten protestant churches in four countries make up the North-Western CPCE Regional Group. An agreement signed in Munich has given the churches a new basis for their cooperation in the region.
    By Thomas Flügge.
  • CPCE South-East Europe group met in Gall-Neukirchen
    By Florian Herrmann.
  • Letting church fellowship come alive locally
    CPCE at the 2nd ecumenical Kirchentag in Munich.
    By Mario Fischer.
  • Europa reformata
    CPCE and the Reformation Jubilee in 2017.
    By Michael Beintker.
  • Common Service in CPCE
    The Working Association of the Gustav-Adolf-Works and the protestant Diaspora Works in Europe and Brazil and the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe wish in future to work more closely together.
    By Jochen Kramm.
  • Roadside churches and pilgrim ways
    Protestantism between Spirituality and Tourism.
    By Mario Fischer.
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