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Prisijungimas redaktoriams

Prisijunkite, norėdami redaguoti svetainės turinį.
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2006 - 2013 metų ref.lt archyvas

Ši svetainė yra 2006 - 2013 metų archyvas.


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„Kalbėdami tiesą su meile, aukime visais atžvilgiais tame, kuris yra galva, - Kristuje.“ (Ef4, 15)
Lietuvos reformacijos istorijos ir kultūros draugija
PATNERS. Evangelical Reformed Church of Lithuania international partners. UL is a religious minority in Lithuania so it is very important to have international relations with Reformed Churches in Germany, The U.S.A, Scotland, Poland, Hungary, France, Switzerland, Sweden, The Netherlands and other countries.
The most partners are Churches:
1) The Lithuanian Evangelical Reformed Synod Collegium (U.S.A.) President Curate. Dr Paulius Slavėnas 675 Central Ave., Deerfield, IL 60015, U.S.A, +1847 405 0794
The Lithuanian Evangelical reformed Synod Collegium is a part of LU made up of Lithuanian immigrants who found themselves in Canada and The U.S.A after WWII. In essence it is of the same UL traditions and rights continued through emigration. It was thanks to this organization that UL membership of WARC (now WCRC) was not revoked during The Republic of Lithuania's annexation and occupation.
2) The Lippe Church (Lippische Landeskirche)
3) The German Reformed Union (Reformierte Bund in Deutschland)
4) The Presbyterian Church of the U.S.A Mission Presbytery
5) Mission Covenant Church of Sweden
6) The Reformed Church of Hungary, the Seniorat of Debrecen
7) Evangelical Church of Liechtenstein
1) Gustav Adolf Werk (Gemany)
2) Partnerhilfe (Germany)
IX. WARC MEMBERSHIP. The Reformed Church is a world wide community which is represented by the former World Alliance of Reformed Churches (WARC) www.warc.ch ; www.reformed-online.org , now World Communion of Reformed Churches.There is a General Assembly every 7 years. In the summer of 2004 the General Assemblies 24th congress was held in Accra and UL delegate, catechist Rev. G. Gasiūnaitė took part in the Assembly. In the Uniting General Assembly in Grand Rapids (MI), USA there were 2 delegates represented: Rev. R.Mikalauskas and Mrs. Dr. Renata Bareikienė. The Reformed Church regulates democratic Presbyterian-synodal or congregational self-government within its historical boundaries. However the Doctrinal or essential principle of the Reformation and its mission is in principle to combine in a free membership of one World organization. UL has been a member of World Reformed and Presbyterian international organization since 1925 and belongs to the European Region of WCRC (former -WARC). Gen. Superintendent Rimas Mikalauskas use to take part in the WARC Europe meetings in Oradea/Nagyvarat, Romania in 2002 in 2005 Bern, Switzerland; 2006 Budapest, Hungary, 2007 Paris, France and 2008 Wuppertal, Germany. According decision of General Superintendent Rev. Tomas Šernas, Rev. Rimas Mikalauskas, the vice-superintendent will continue to represent General Superintendent's office of UL in the Ecumenical and International relationships in the future.