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The United Methodist Church in Central and Southern Europe consists of about 33'500 members and friends living in 16 countries . The worship services are held in more than 20 languages, but there are many more languages and ways in which members of this Church share the love of God with their neighbors.

On this website you may learn more about this unique part of the global family called the United Methodist Church.

Bishop Dr. Patrick Streiff

European Methodist Festival 2018 - When Dreams Become Reality

It was in 2012. The European Methodist Council had planned to organize a European Methodist Festival in Krakow (Poland). However, due to the fact that not enough people had registered for this event by a certain time, this Festival regretfully had to be cancelled. And the question was: In times of an increasing individualism and political segregation – would there ever again be such a European Methodist Festival?

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They acted their faith in love

The former Superintendent of the United Methodist Church in Macedonia and Secretary of the Central Conference of Central and Southern Europe, Wilhelm Nausner, passed away on Monday, 30 April 2018, at the age of 87. His wife Helene had gone before him just one day earlier.

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Caring is about more than having an open door

When Christians from Germany began to bring relief supplies to the Albanian village of Bishnica in 1992, Gjergj Lushka was just four years old. It was not only material things which went on this difficult journey – the relief workers also planted seeds of faith in the hearts of many human beings, as they did in Gjergj’s heart. 
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Changeover in Serbia

During the most recent meeting of Serbia-Macedonia Provisional Annual Conference, which took place from April 12 to 15, 2018, in Kisač (Serbia), an important changeover was celebrated: Rev. Daniel Sjanta was appointed as the new superintendent of The United Methodist Church in the Serbian District. He follows Rev. Ana Palik-Kunčak in this leadership position.

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