More than 800 participants expected at the Evangelical Center 2023!

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The Evangelical Center 2023, an annual trade show, will take place on November 27 and 28 in Paris. More than 800 people are expected at this new edition which will have the theme "Vocations: crises or opportunities?".

After exploring the topic of mission last year, the evangelical center will focus in 2023 on the theme of vocation, Monday November 27 and Tuesday November 28 at the Espace Charenton in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. This annual trade show, organized by the Center Évangélique d'Information et d'Action (CEIA) association, is the main gathering of all the diversity of Churches and evangelical Protestant works in France.

Unveiled on April 11, this year's theme "Vocations: crises or opportunities?" underlines CEIA's commitment to addressing contemporary challenges in the evangelical world. This edition will collaborate closely with several partners such as the IBN, the CNEF, the SEL, the NGO Portes Ouvertes and the Oïkonomia foundation. Three areas of reflection - the general vocation, ministries in the Church, and the formation of institutes and biblical schools - promise in-depth debates.

In 2022, the meeting was a great success with nearly 800 participants from across the French-speaking world, a larger figure than expected by the organizers. A craze that continues since the stands are already full for the 2023 meeting and more than 800 people are expected next Monday.

Round table, conference, biblical contributions will be offered to participants throughout the two days, punctuated by times of praise led by Dan Luiten.

Founded in July 1948 in Nogent-sur-Marne by twenty-one leaders of the French-speaking evangelical movement, the association Center Évangélique d'Information et d'Action (CEIA) organizes this meeting each year with the aim of "exchanging news, to work together to make their businesses more effective and to renew the bond of their fraternal communion.”

Camille Westphal Perrier


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