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Ecumenical lay formation

Asia Regional Consultation on Ecumenical Learning in Partnership
Dumaguete City, Philippines 10-14 February 2001 (The following is a slightly abridged version of the report written by the consultation participants.)
Baptism, Ecclesiology and Vocation
Bible study on 1 Peter 2:9
Bible study on 1 Peter 2:9 led by John Fotopoulos at the May 1997 consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God."
Bible study on 1 Peter 3
Bible study on 1 Peter 3:14-15 led by John Fotopoulos at the May 1997 consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God."
Bible study on Exodus 5:1
Bible study on Exodus 5:1 led by John Fotopoulos at the May 1997 consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God."
Education in religion for the community
How can religious education promote good relationships in the community? Consultation for educators in religion Aya Napa, Cyprus 29 November - 4 December, 2001
Family life education
Education and Ecumenical Formation (EEF) guidelines policy paper written by participants of the WCC-EEF/REO consultation on Family Life, Christian Nurture and Church related schools, Ayia Napa, 27 March 2001
Formation of the Laos
Learning ecumenically through congregational partnerships and exchanges
World Council of Churches programme on Education and Ecumenical Formation in co-operation with the All Africa Conference of Churches Nairobi, Kenya, KCCT, 23-28 June 2000 The following is a slightly abridged version of the report written by the consultation participants.
Networking in Peace Education
Report of a consultation for and with peace educations, St Clement, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 18-24 June 2001.
On Being Christian in the World
Towards a Common Understanding of Laity/Laos: Consultation Statement
From 7-10 May 1997, twenty-seven men and women in cooperation with the World Council of Churches met in Geneva to consider together the possibility of a common understanding of the theological concepts of laity/laos/the people of God. We talked about the present situation and future challenges to the Christian churches. The meeting was chaired by Fr Nicholas Apostola (Romanian Orthodox Church) and Dr Anne Tveter (Lutheran). It was organized by Evelyn Appiah, Executive Secretary of the Stream of Lay Participation towards Inclusive Community.
Towards a Common Understanding of Laity/Laos: Opening remarks
In May of 1997 the team held an international consultation on the theme: "Towards a Common Understanding of the Theological Concepts of Laity/Laos: The People of God." The aim of the consultation was to begin to clarify the theological understanding and terminology of laity, laos, people of God (Laos tou Theou), and the whole people of God.