28–29 August 2017, Budapest, Ecumenical Council of Churches in Hungary
ECEN warmly invites you to its next Theology Workshop held in Budapest on 28–29 August 2017. The aim of this workshop is to deepen our theological insights and in mutual sharing to contribute to clarifying what is the role of theology in our works on care for creation.
Call for papers
What is the basis of our hope? How can we make a realistic, immanent theology of hope in ecological context? What kind of ark we have to make for the end of the world? […]
ECEN would like to encourage you to give your contribution regarding to the theme of ‘the ecumenical theology of hope in our common home’. The contributions will be presented and discussed in our meeting.
Please send your proposal of your contribution with a title and an abstract in 250 words to Tamás Kodácsy on kodacsy.tamas @ gmail.com by 31 March 2017.
Registration fee includes all meals and one night accommodation.
If you require financial assistance please contact to ECEN Secretary Peter Pavlovic (firstname.lastname@example.org). We have limited financial facility for people from Eastern European churches.
Maximum number of participants: 20 prs.
Please fill out and send your registration form here by 31 March 2017.