• 01.03.10

    Report on Minsk Consultation now online

    The centenary of the 1910 World Missionary Conference was an important point of reference for a consultation on 'Christian Mission in the 21st Century: An Orthodox Perspective' hosted by the St. Cyril and St. Methodius Theological Institute in Minsk, Belarus from 4 to 7 February 2010.

  • 26.02.10

    2010 Duff and Drummond Lectures with Dana Robert

    The Alexander Duff and Drummond Trust has invited Dana Robert, Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission, to give three lectures on the shaping of world Christianity since Edinburgh 1910. Robert, a leading historian of Christian mission and keynote speaker at the Edinburgh 2010 conference, will explore the themes 'frontier', 'friendship', and 'fellowship' and reflect on their continued significance for twenty-first century mission.

  • 28.01.10

    Pope praises Pioneers of Edinburgh Conference

    During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Pope Benedict spoke of the centenary of the World Misisonary Conference, held in Edinburgh in 1910. The Pope closed the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (18-25 January) with Vespers on Monday evening. In his homily he emphasized that everyone is called to seek 'full communion between all of the disciples of Christ.'

  • 27.01.10

    Call for Papers - Dublin

    The Irish School of Ecumenics and the theological journal Concilium have announced a call to papers for the international conference: 'From World Mission to Interreligious Witness: Visioning Ecumenics in the 21st Century'. Abstracts need to be send in by February 1, 2010.

  • 22.01.10

    Application for Media Accreditation

    We invite representatives of the international media to apply for press accreditation for the Edinburgh 2010 Conference and Sunday Celebrations to be held in Edinburgh, UK, from 2-6 June 2010. For more information click here.

  • 21.01.10

    Deadline for Youth Multimedia Contest extended

    The deadline for the Edinburgh 2010 Youth Multimedia Contest has been extended to 28 February 2010. We invite contributions from a wide range of youth (ages 18-30) from different theological, denominational, confessional, and geographical areas interested in Christian witness in the world today. In light of the centenary celebrations, projects should engage in the contest theme, 'The Changing Face of Mission'. The winner of the contest receives...

  • 08.01.10

    Chinese, Kiswahili and Amharic

    Chinese, Kiswahili and Amharic versions of the brochure are now available on our website.

  • 07.01.10

    Tickets for Sunday Celebrations

    Tickets for the final celebration of the Edinburgh conference are now available. Tickets for people in BRITAIN AND IRELAND are being distributed by the national ecumenical bodies (ACTS, CTE, CTYUN, CTI) to a wide range of churches.

  • 10.12.09

    Edinburgh 2010 delegates nominated

    The Study Process Monitoring Group and most of the 20 stakeholders of Edinburgh 2010 have now nominated their delegates for the Edinburgh conference. The 250 participants come from a wide range of organisations and Christian traditions. Delegates will travel from places all over the world to meet in Edinburgh next year, including Russia, India, Chile, Namibia and New Zealand, to name just a few.

  • 02.12.09

    Mission Project WARC/LWF

    In November pastors and lay leaders from three continents met in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to share stories of how they interpret mission in their context today. The meeting was part of a two-year study on 'Mission Today' developed jointly by the World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC) and the Lutheran World Federation (LWF). Results of the study are to be presented at the Edinburgh conference in June 2010. A video impression of the meeting...

Latest Discussion on Study Themes

For more information on the Edinburgh 2010 study themes, please click here.

Rev. Rudolph H. Pasaribu has submitted this perspective on the challenges and opportunities of Christian mission among other faiths from a grassroots perspective in Indonesia.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Apr 08, 2010 10:43AM
"Mission at and from the Margins" was the title of a colloquium held at the Henry Martyn Institute, Hyderabad, india on 23-27 September 2009. An illustrated report of the event is now available to download and is attached here. The event...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Nov 20, 2009 04:51AM
Dr Malcolm I Hunter, a long-term missionary and specialist in ministry to nomadic peoples has contributed the attached paper, 'All people on earth', under this theme.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 31, 2009 07:03AM
Download papers (in Spanish) from the Latin American Theological Fellowship Regional Consultation for Mexico, Central America, Panama and Caribbean in San José, Costa Rica on 6-7 August 2009 from this site through this link, by kind permission of the...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 27, 2009 11:03AM
The papers of the conference of the European Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association (EPCRA) are available for download, by kind permission, at...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 19, 2009 10:32AM