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Inter-orthodox preparatory meeting for World Mission Conference 3-9 March

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  • Fr. John-Brian
    Subject: WCC AGENDA: Upcoming events March 2005 MARCH 2005 ... The inter-orthodox pre-event for the Conference on World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) aims at
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      Subject: WCC AGENDA: Upcoming events March 2005
      MARCH 2005

      > Inter-orthodox preparatory meeting for World Mission Conference
      > 3-9 March
      > Athens, Greece

      The inter-orthodox pre-event for the Conference on World Mission and
      Evangelism (CWME) aims at enabling participants to the mission conference
      from Orthodox churches, Eastern and Oriental, to share and study together
      reflections and experiences on the conference theme from the specific
      perspective of the Orthodox tradition. Participants come mainly from
      Orthodox churches, but also include missiologists and mission practitioners
      from other churches. The CWME will be held in Athens, Greece, from 9-16 May
      2005 under the theme "Come, Holy Spirit, heal and reconcile!"

      For further information, please visit the CWME website at:
      http://www.mission2005.org

      > Major WCC events coming up:

      Conference on World Mission and Evangelism
      9-16 May 2005
      Athens, Greece

      International interreligious conference hosted by WCC
      6-10 June, 2005
      Geneva, Switzerland

      International Day of Prayer for Peace
      21 September
      worldwide

      WCC 9th Assembly (2006)
      14-23 February 2006
      Porto Alegre, Brazil

      For further information, visit the WCC media calendar at:
      http://www2.wcc-coe.org/wcccalendar.nsf

      Unless noted otherwise, events are by invitation only and not open to the
      press or general public. The information above may change without notice.

      The World Council of Churches is a fellowship of churches, now 342, in more
      than 120 countries in all continents from virtually all Christian
      traditions. The Roman Catholic Church is not a member church but works
      cooperatively with the WCC. The highest governing body is the assembly,
      which meets approximately every seven years. The WCC was formally
      inaugurated in 1948 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Its staff is headed by
      general secretary Samuel Kobia from the Methodist church in Kenya.
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