As Europe’s largest evangelical association, the EEA connects many church networks, ministries and organisations for greater strategic impact. In accordance with Jesus’ prayer in John 17, unity among Christians and evangelism go hand-in-hand. EEA’s various projects foster unity, synergy and collaboration between its members and many others on topics of common concern. Since its beginning in 1846 the Evangelical Alliance has therefore stressed the importance of united prayer.
- The EEA Youth Network equips a growing number of national youth networks.
- The EEA is in close partnership with the European Evangelical Missionary Alliance (EEMA) and continues regular, informal relations with Hope for Europe.