The Evangelical umbrella organisation CNEF in France is taking the initiative to help Protestant churches deal with sexual abuse in their structures.
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Last Wednesday, European churches and other buildings drew attention to their persecuted fellow-Christians. By lighting up red, they want to highlight the “many violations that minorities suffer in particular.”
Annette Kurschus (60) resigned with immediate effect on Monday. The reason is an abuse scandal she should have acted against. The Protestant Church in Germany will need to find a new leader.
The New Life Church in Minsk filed an appeal against its liquidation. The congregation was ordered to dissolve last month.
The synod of the Evangelical Church of Germany (EKD) in Ulm criticised the proposal to liberalise abortion and keep it out of the criminal law.
Protestant Churches of Germany (EKD) of the Palatinate region want to inventorise historically controversial objects.
The Danish Church Minister has abolished the exception of the Church of Denmark in the Equality Treatment Act. Until now, churches could refuse female priests. That changes. “Is there still room for theological disagreement?”
When a team of Norwegian ministries launched a new website on sexuality, it did not take long before it stirred debate among its national church. “It hurts more than it builds up.”
The French Huguenot church in Bern is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year. As a bridge builder between languages and cultures, the French church developed into an important cultural community.
Young fathers are more likely to support the baptism of their child and its membership in the Evangelical Lutheran Church than young mothers. That is the remarkable conclusion of research by the Church of Finland.