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20 Dec, 2022
CEC and the WCC in a joint letter sent to the European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, denounced the blockade by Azerbaijan of the ethnic Armenian region of Artsakh/Nagorno-Karabakh.
17 Dec, 2022
As part of its project SASCE, CEC conducted a training and briefing session with the World Student Federation Europe, focusing on security for places of worship and religious communities.
16 Dec, 2022
CEC together with COMECE highlights a message of love, hope and peace this Christmas, for Ukraine and beyond.
15 Dec, 2022
As part of CEC’s strategic framework, the Governing Board of the Conference of European Churches approved a plan titled “Pathways to Peace” to promote justice, reconciliation and peace, especially in the context of war in Ukraine. The plan will strengthen CEC’s role as a church-fellowship, engaging in dialogue with European institutions, raising a Christian voice to address crucial political concerns.
14 Dec, 2022
Christmas brings joy, peace and resilient hope! This year, while our hearts prepare to receive Christ the child, our thoughts and prayers are dominated by our brothers and sisters in Ukraine.
12 Dec, 2022
“We listened to Ukrainian voices. We analysed. We prayed together. We cried together. We activated our European fellowship of mutual encouragement,” said CEC General Secretary Dr Jørgen Skov Sørensen speaking at the EPP Working Group Intercultural and Religious Dialogue.
8 Dec, 2022
An ecumenical delegation with members from CEC and the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Union (COMECE) met with Petr Fiala, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, on 7 December 2022, to discuss efforts of the current EU Presidency in addressing some of the most pressing challenges the EU and its citizens are facing today
5 Dec, 2022
Members of the Joint Committee of the Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences (CCEE) reflected on significant themes concerning churches in Europe. The committee met from 28 to 30 November in Brussels.
23 Nov, 2022
Caring for God’s creation is an integral part of the calling of the churches. How can this be done? The question is explored in depth in the new publication titled Every Part of Creation Matters published by the Conference of European Churches in partnership with Globethics.net.