Conference on World Mission and Evangelism


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Rev. Samuel Kobia, WCC General Secretary



Rev. Dr Michael Kinnamon (USA), Disciples of Christ



Evening prayer



Stewards



Rev. Dr Robert Schreiter, Roman Catholic Church



Final plenary



Gracia Violeta Ross Quiroga, an evangelical activist for people living with HIV/AIDS in Bolivia Erika Schuchardt, a German member of parliament and expert on counselling



Morning prayer



Morning prayer



Rev. Dr Klaus Schäfer, Association of Protestant Churches and Missions in Germany



At the conference, morning worship in a pentacostal tradition



Brian Farrell, Roman Catholic bishop, member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Vatican City



Viola Raheb, Lutheran theologian and Christian educator from Palestine



Janet Plenert, Executive Director of International Ministries



Plenary session



Morning prayers



Mr Samuel Kabue from Kenya sharing how the WCC's Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN) that he coordinates views the 'healing' or 'reconciling' character of the local community.



Women in discussion at the CWME conference



Morning prayers - Blessing of the bread



Bishop Ioannis of Thermopylae, Athens Local Arrangements Committee and Rev. Ruth A. Bottoms, Moderator of the conference



The archbishop of Athens and All Greece, His Beatitude Christodoulos



Rev. Samuel Kobia, WCC General Secretary



Synaxeis



Receiving the cross



Receiving the cross



Stewards help to set up conference



Rev. Ruth A. Bottoms, Baptist Union of Great Britain speaking to the WCC Central Committee



Uganda April 2004: Baker Sekiziyrvu (left) was 13 years old when his parents died of AIDS four years ago; he has since had to care for his younger sisters and brothers. © WCC/Peter Williams



Puleng Lenka Bula from South Africa (left), Anastasia Vassiliadou (Greece) and Bard Knappstaad (Norway) at the Young Missiologists Consultation in Rome



World mission conference in Edinburgh (1910)