Agim Çeku Pays a Visit to the Kosova Protestant Evangelical Church
October 8, Prishtina - Mayoral candidate Mr. Agim Çeku, a member of the Democratic Party of Kosova's lineup, together with his partners visited KPEC, the Kosova Protestant Evangelical Church. From the leader of this religious community, Pastor Driton Krasniqi, along with fellow Pastors Femi Cakolli and Brian Gibson, Mr. Çeku was made aware of the heritage of evangelical faith which traces back more than century in Kosova.
Mayoral candidate Agim Çeku visited KPEC
Mayoral candidate Agim Çeku of PDK and his election team visited KPEC Community on Tuesday, October 8th, to hear concerns and to discuss his election platform. In a cordial conversation he described his plan for religious communities to be heard and treated equally and also his willingness to see to it that issues plaguing the Protestant church be addressed in a timely fashion.
President's Driton Krasniqi Speech at Interfaith Conference
Prishtina, September 17, 2013
"Dear Ambassador Schlumberger, dear Minister Krasniqi, leaders of religious communities,
dear Ambassadors. It is an honor to address you in such an important conference. First of all
allow me to express my appreciation for the OSCE Mission in Kosovo for their work in the field
of the interfaith gatherings across the country . This conference represents the successful
culmination of several meetings in the various regions of Kosovo.
Conference of Interfaith Dialogue in Kosovë
On September 17 in Prishtina the Conference on Interfaith Dialogue was held, organized by OSCE. Representatives from the of Islamic, Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish communities participated in this conference and discussed the law on religious freedom and the upholding of peace and harmony among religious communities, a longstanding legacy of the Kosovar people.
A brotherly visit from Albania Evangelical Brotherhood (VUSH)
On Thursday, July 4th 2013, members of the Community's Executive of VUSH composed of, Pastor Ali Kurti, President, Pastor Hervin Fushekati, vice President, Pastor Akil Pano, General Secretary, Elona vice General Secretary, Meriton Cungu and Gentjan Tupe, board members, made a visit to the KPEC Office.
International Interfaith Conference Held
“FAITH AND RECONCILIATION”
On May 24th-26th 2013 the beautiful town of Peja hosted participants from more than 40 countries worldwide. The purpose of this gathering was to discuss and provide input for reconciliation in Kosova, the Balkans and beyond.
The conference was organized by a coalition of several European NGOs. The Kosova Government, Embassies of Great Britain and Norway, UNDP, the Tony Blair Faith Foundation and the British Council are sponsors of this event.
Kosova Protestant believers respond to nationwide action of cleaning Kosova
The means by which KPEC members contributed to this day was through concrete engagement, as local church leaders urged believers to join fellow citizens to clean the country. Protestant believers joined with non-government organizations and municipalities of Kosova by cleaning Arberia Neighborhood in Prishtina, City Square in Podujeva, Vermica and in eight other locations throughout Kosova.
President Krasniqi's Address
Speech of the President of Kosova Protestant Evangelical Church in the opening of the International Conference on Interfaith "RELIGION AND RECONCILIATION 2013"
Peja, 24 May 2013
National Prayer Breakfast
On May 24-26, at the Hotel Emerald in Prishtina, for the first time Kosovo had the honor of hosting the South East European Prayer Gathering (SEE Prayer Gathering). Past years have seen the event hosted in Montenegro, Albania, Romania and Greece, though in the 10-year history it was the first time the Republic of Kosovo was chosen as the host country. This year's theme was "Unity in Diversity." Each year, political, social, business and religious leaders assemble to build relationships, pray and dialogue about important issues regarding faith.
Protestant believers celebrate Easter - President Jahjaga visited the Kosova Protestant Community
Today Easter was celebrated in all Protestant Churches in Kosova - The resurrection of Jesus
Christ from the dead. In different cities, the believers had the opportunity to worship God in
local communities or in joint services.
President Jahjaga visits Protestant Community of Kosova.