Structure

The Community of Protestant Churches in Europe has an intentionally loose organisational structure for the sake of flexibility. General Assemblies take place about every six years, in which basic outlines of future work, new subjects for theological conversations are determined and the new Executive Committee elected. The Council, led by the Presidium, is responsible for the work between the General Assemblies. The Secretariat is located in the head office of the Lutheran Church in Austria in Vienna.

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