Representatives of more than 40 members unions gathered for the annual Council of the European Baptist Federation in the Estonian capital Tallinn (28 September - 1 October): links to stories from the gathering.
In September, when many churches celebrate harvest, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland focus on care for creation. They call the period from 1st September to 4th October 'Creation Time'.
Sándor Szenczy, president of Hungarian Baptist Aid was awarded the Gold Cross of Merit of Hungary on the occasion of the Saint Stephen's Day National Holiday on 18th of August, 2016.
European Baptist Leaders including the EBF President, Asatur Nahapetyan, Vice-President Jenni Entrican, and General Secretary Tony Peck, together with Baptist World Alliance President Paul Msiza and Ukrainian Baptist leaders, met with Ukrainian State President Petro Poroshenko last week.
Croatian Baptist Aid volunteers: It is true though, that there are also very good and beautiful days for volunteering, but today was one of the bad ones.
The Union of Evangelical Free Churches (Baptists) in Germany and the Baptist Convention of Malawi (BACOMA) celebrated the end of their five year partnership with a worship service during the German Union’s Annual Assembly in Kassel from 4th – 7th May.
An Open Letter from Lynn Green, the General Secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, to the European Baptist Federation in the light of the result of the EU referendum.
The EBF General Secretary reflects on yesterday's referendum in his own country of United Kingdom that has voted to leave the European Union.
ECEN: Prophet Amos calls God’s people to open their eyes and hearts to the world around them and get involved in situations where people and the rest of creation are suffering because of unjust structures and powers.
The EBF Mission Conference in Elstal, Germany from 31 May to 3 June was challenged to change its language about the coming of so many refugees to Europe. Rather than seeing ourselves as playing our part in meeting a ‘crisis’ we should see the presence of so many refugees as a welcome ‘blessing’.