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A Last Farewell To Pastor Petra Rollerova

On April 7, 2010, the last farewell to pastor Petra Roller took place in Ulm, which was attended by General Bishop Miloš Klátik and his wife Oľga as well as the chairperson of the Association of Evangelical Pastors, Jaroslav Matys. Petra Rollerová, a longstanding pastor in the church in Ulme-Böfingene, died after a long and trying illness at age 50. Pastor Roller was also a coordinator of the ECAC in Slovakia regarding the foreign assistance from the...


Edita Škodová | 20.4.2010


President of the Slovak Republic accepted the general secretary of the LWF

President of the Slovak Republic, Ivan Gašparovič, accepted the general secretary of the Lutheran World Federation Ishmael Noko on the occasion of the Pre-assembly talks of LWF for Europe (more in the section General Assembly LWF) on March 17, 2010. The meeting was attended also by the vice-president of LWF for Europe, Peter Stoll, and General bishop Miloš Klátik.


-ds- | 25.3.2010



Significance of Reconciliation Action toward Anabaptists Affirmed at LWF Regional Gathering Implications for Society and Families


Miroslava Mikletičová | 17.3.2010


Message of the European Pre-Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation

We, delegates from European Lutheran Churches, gathered at the European Pre-Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation in Bratislava from March 13-17, 2010, have discussed the theme of ‘Give us today our daily bread’ from our Europe-wide perspective.


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Prior to LWF Assembly: Criticism of European Lifestyle

Romanian Pastor Doerr Calls for "Structural Lobbying" to Care for Creation BRATISLAVA, Slovak Republic/GENEVA, 15 March 2010 (LWI) - In Christian tradition, justice is not just a matter of distributing material resources. The creator God enables justice, "by endowing us and all creatures with good gifts, especially the gift of life." Lutheran pastor Kilian Doerr, from Sibiu/Hermannstadt (Romania), emphasized this in his 14 March keynote address to the European region preparatory consultation for the July 2010 LWF Eleventh Assembly.




Slovak Bishop Klatik Underscores Church Responsibility toward the Hungry

BRATISLAVA, Slovak Republic/GENEVA, 15 March 2010 (LWI) – Bishop Dr Milos Klatik of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Slovak Republic (ECAC-SR) has reminded churches of their responsibility in securing food for the hungry.


Lutheran World Information  | 15.3.2010


European Lutheran Churches Start Preparatory Consultation for LWF Assembly

BRATISLAVA, Slovak Republic/GENEVA, 14 March 2010 (LWI) – "Europe is a superpower, at least in terms of its economic power. What does that mean for the Lutheran churches, what potential do they have within this European space?"




Meeting in Bratislava Prepares Delegates for Eleventh Assembly

BRATISLAVA, Slovak Republic/GENEVA, 12 March 2010 (LWI) - The Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in the Slovak Republic (ECAC-SR) will host a regional meeting to prepare Lutheran churches in Europe for the July 2010 Eleventh Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF). The Assembly will be held in Stuttgart, Germany, under the theme "Give Us Today Our Daily Bread."


Lutheran World Information  | 12.3.2010


2010 ECAC Synodical Convention will be in Žilina

On February 26, the ECAC Chairmanship of the 2010 Synodical Convention convened in Žilina. In addition to the members of the synodical convention chairmanship - Ivan Mucha, Imrich Lukáč, Daniel Midriak and Dušan Balka – also the members of the Chairmanship of the ECAC and district chairmanships were invited to attend. General Bishop Miloš Klátik participated in the meeting as well as the general overseer Pavel Delinga and the bishop of the Western district Milan Krivda.


D. Vagaský, director GBÚ | 10.3.2010


GS Letter to Chile and Haiti

Dear Friends, Following the disaster in Haiti on 12 January 2010, major earthquakes in Chile and near Japan have again underlined the vulnerability and fragility of human life on this dynamic creation that is Earth. Once again, people are grieving for loved ones they have lost in a sudden and overwhelming disaster. And once again, a major international humanitarian response must be mobilized to care for the injured and to rebuild communities. Churches and church-related...


Rev. Dr Ishmael Noko, General Secretary  | 3.3.2010


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