Derek Copley, former president and long-time highly engaged and much esteemed volunteer worker of the EEA passed away on Christmas day.
Father God, full of mercy and grace, in your compassion we have our strong foundation in time and eternity. In the years you have given us in the past and in the years to come.
In Italy, if you are not Roman Catholic, you can sometimes feel second class. And sometimes you really are treated as second class in religious matters. But the Italian Evangelical Alliance rejects a sense of victimhood. They do not minimise the challenges that faith minorities face. But they do not want to be obsessed by them. Nor do they want Evangelicals withdrawing from society.READ MORE
If you want to know how to strengthen your religious freedom, you need to start by knowing what is happening. And then the next step is to share the information with others so that they may be willing to help. The Association of Protestant Churches in Turkey (EEA’s member body in Turkey) really understand these two points.READ MORE
Freedom of Religion or Belief is a long-standing priority for the EEA office in Brussels. The EEA was one of the founding members of the European Platform against Religious Intolerance and Discrimination (EPRID). This interfaith platform brings together a diverse group of faith-based organisations, united in their desire to defend and promote Freedom of Religion or Belief.READ MORE
Swiss pastor Willi Sartorius served for many years in the 1990s as President of the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) and at the same time served as pastor in the Reformed Church of Switzerland. On 18 October, Willi Sartorius passed away.READ MORE
In 2020, we are prayerfully asking for a further 20.000€ of donations from our supporters that will mainly be used for development measures for our EEA
Hope for Europe Networks.
We are looking for 200 supporters
across Europe who are willing to
contribute 100€. –
Are you one of them?
We want to enable continuous
exchange between our members and
friends and have therefore introduced
the monthly EEA Zoom Café.
Join us for a time of refreshment,
inspiration, and exchange every last Wednesday of the month.
For many, the principle of the separation of church and state suggests that religion has no role in modern politics. Democracy, we are told, comes to us from the Greeks; so who needs religion when it comes to politics?Read more
The overarching communication theme for the European Evangelical Alliance in the second half of the year 2020 is “The Relevance of the Bible in European Societies”. Readers of the EEA Newsletter are being presented with different perspectives on this topic over the course of several EEA newsletter editions. We were delighted by the opportunity to conduct an interview with Léa Köves, speaker and employee of the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) in France.Read more
The Bible, with its myths, miracles and fanciful descriptions of angels and demons, has been a major barrier to the emergence of modern science. Only when the Renaissance and the Enlightenment freed modern minds from the medieval superstition of this book could the Scientific Age really begin.Read more