Death of CPCE President Bishop Emeritus Prof. Dr. Friedrich Weber The Community of Protestant Churches in Europe (CPCE) is deeply saddened by the death of its President, Bishop Emeritus Prof. Dr. Friedrich Weber. At the close of the...
Living together in diversity and intensifying inter-religious dialogue At its session in Budapest, the Council of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe (CPCE) voiced its dismay and extreme concern at the attack launched by gunmen...
Living together in diversity and intensifying inter-religious dialogue At its session in Budapest, the Council of the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe (CPCE) voiced its dismay and extreme concern at the attack launched by gunmen...
Attentat à Charlie hebdo : réaction de la Fédération protestante de France Au moment où un horrible attentat perpétré dans les locaux du journal Charlie Hebdo a fait au moins 12 victimes dont 10 journalistes et deux policiers, nous voulons...
Liturgical consultation Representatives of the Protestant churches in Europe have met for their first ever consultation on religious worship. The meeting, which was organised by the Community...
"European Cities of the Reformation" in two more countries The capital of Alsace, Strasbourg, and the Austrian city of Villach have introduced “European Cities of the Reformation” to two more countries. This means that the...
CPCE on incoming European Commission The Community of Protestant Churches in Europe (CPCE) congratulates the incoming Commission and newly appointed Commissioners, and wishes them God’s blessing for their...
Reformation Song Contest The Community of Protestant Churches in Europe is inviting Protestants from its member and partner churches to take part in a song competition to mark the 500th...
FMEEC Assembly Cairo: Evangelical and Christian presence at stake Preventing the complete destruction of the Christian presence in the Middle East Do the Christians in the Middle East still have a future? This question formed the...