From large cities to small towns, multiple gatherings were organised around the annual Evangelical Alliance initiative to pray and unite for mission.
From 14 to 21 January, Europeans are invited to reflect and pray for the mission through the articles of the Lausanne Covenant in its 50th anniversary.
From 8 to 15 January, European evangelical churches are invited to pray and rejoice together.
The AEI federal assembly presented its annual report and its upcoming projects of a humanitarian corridor for Afghan refugees and a protocol to fight abuse.
Czech and Spanish evangelicals went online to begin the year in prayer and in practical fellowship with their brothers and sisters.
The European evangelicals and churches are called to pray and to engage with the Bible from 10 to 17 January.
Christians joined the Evangelical Alliance Week of Prayer in dozens of European cities as local churches came together to worship God.
European Christians are called to pray from January 12-19. The prayer guide contains “biblical devotion and prayer points for each day”.
EEA Hope for Europe Prayer Network writes a prayer for 2019.
“There is great richness and diversity among Evangelicals, which needs to be celebrated and not only be a cause for concern”.
A summary of the gatherings in cities of France, Hungary, Spain, Switzerland and Germany.
Evangelical Christians will pray together in hundreds of cities across Europe. A prayer guide and a Bible reading plan for mobile devices is now available for everyone to download.
“Unique” was the theme of this year’s Week of Prayer in Europe. A summary of the highlights in Italy, Austria, Spain, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
The Czech Evangelical Alliance prepared a guide focused on the “The return of the lost sons.” Hundreds of churches will gather in daily meetings across the world for this initiative started in 1847.