The churches in each part of Europe face their own special challenges. In central and eastern Europe, we work with churches, seminaries, and diaconal ministries of all kinds. In southern Europe the church is offering a faithful witness, mostly through minority Protestant denominations that are active in their societies with social, educational, and justice-seeking projects. Work with migrants and refugees, diaconal ministries as well as interfaith dialogue and solidarity are important tenets of such work. In northern and western Europe, the church is trying to model for their entire societies how it is possible to integrate immigrants and refugees leaving their homes and traveling through the Mediterranean or the Balkans. All over the region the churches and individual Christians are working to embody Christ’s imperative for peacemaking.