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Map of Germany and surrounding countries


Find mission workers in Germany


Black Forest Academy students build a Habitat for Humanity house in Romania

Pittsburgh Seminary group learns about Christianity in Germany
In a post-Christian society kindergartens and soup kitchens are effective


Our partner churches in Germany have to deal with changing situations concerning migrants and refugees. The discussion, as in western European countries generally, is targeted on more restrictive law and practice for asylum seekers. This has been developing for the last four to five years but has intensified even more since September 11. The PC(USA) encourages outreach to and advocacy for the Kurdish and Iranian refugees in particular.

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) supports Christian witness and service in Germany through our partner churches and organizations and through our mission personnel, who work closely with them.

Partner churches and organizations

American Church in Berlin
Berliner Missionswerk
Berlin City Mission
Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg
Evangelical Church of Germany
Evangelical Church of the Union
Evangelical Mission Society in Germany

The PC(USA) also relates to the Conference of European Churches (CEC), a regional ecumenical organization. The movement that led to the creation of the CEC dates back to the period of the Cold War, when a group of church leaders brought into conversation churches in European countries separated by different political, economic and social systems. CEC has sought to build bridges not only between Eastern and Western Europe but also been between minority and majority churches and between Christians of different confessional traditions.

Learn more about Germany

Visit the BBC country profile.

See the 2015 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, p. 328

November 12


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