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  • EEA General Assembly 2019 Bad Blankenburg/Germany

    EEA General Assembly 2019 Bad Blankenburg/Germany0

    location, programme, speakers, travel information

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  • EEA NEWSLETTER | March 2019

    EEA NEWSLETTER | March 20190

    You’ve read correctly. A new church is to be built in our parish in Zurich in the next few years. We want this building, which will replace our present church, to become a spiritual and holistic home in the ecosystem “area Hirzenbach” and beyond.

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  • EEA prayer request for Donbas

    EEA prayer request for Donbas0

    EEA prayer request for Donbas, the regions of Luhansk and Donetsk of Ukraine. All Evangelical Churches in Luhansk, Eastern Ukraine have been forced to stop public worship in their church buildings.Officials of the unrecognised Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR)  have threatened many pastors of Evangelical Churches with big fines if they do not obey their decrees.

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  • European Elections

    European Elections0

    Between 23 and 26 May 2019, all European Member states will vote for Members of the European Parliament. Our socio-political team has been working hard to prepare materials that will help our constituency to engage the elections.

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  • Integrity in the Public Sphere

    Integrity in the Public Sphere0

    It is a huge privilege for EEA’s socio-political representative to spend 3 years mentoring and learning together with the IFES Cross Current Politics Group. The calibre of the participants is outstanding. They come from countries as varied as Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania and Romania, plus several others work in Brussels.

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  • EEA Statement on recent conviction of a Danish Jehovah Witness in Russia

    EEA Statement on recent conviction of a Danish Jehovah Witness in Russia0

    The European Evangelical Alliance expresses its serious concerns about the recent verdict of the Oryol court in the Russian Federation, declaring Danish Citizen Dennis Christensen guilty of ‘the organization of extremist activity’ and sentencing him to 6 years in prison. To the best of our knowledge, Mr Christensen has been convicted for the peaceful manifestation

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