Whether Bible camps or choir festivals, family camps or retreats: The opportunities to experience Christian faith are as diverse as people themselves. This is important; after all, around the world people today are no longer automatically affiliated with a church as they used to be. The UEM and its memeber churches look for new ideas.
Our societies are becoming increasingly diverse, culturally and religiously. That’s why our member churches across the globe must continually find new forms to spread the message of God’s passion for humankind.
These new forms can have very different appearances.For example, the United Evangelical Mission, together with the Protestant Church of Hessen-Nassau, has established a mission hiking trail in Germany. In Sri Lanka, Germany and Botswana young people came together at large youth bible camps. And in Africa we developed special programmes to reach the Masai and Pygmy peoples. Our campaign Beten 09 (Prayer 09), in cooperation with the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland, was also a huge success. Last but not least our workbook "Open to go. How to become the church of tomorrow today" reaches out more and more...
We continue to work on creative and unusual evangelical projects and of course we’re open to new ideas.
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