Greece

Surface:
131957 km2
Habitants:
11183393
Capitale:
Athens

Mission workers
ECM is in the process of recruiting workers who will join the Evangelical churches in Greece in new church plant initiatives, offering humanitarian aid and sharing the Gospel with refugees and Greek people affected by the economic crisis.

However, before ECM can begin sending teams to Greece there is a need for a long term individual or couple to go there to coordinate, help and support the teams that ECM is hoping to raise up in the future. The coordinator will also be the liaison person between the ECM teams and the leadership of the Greek Evangelical churches.

ECM longs for ...
The right people to come alongside the Greek churches. For decades the Evangelical church has been introverted and suffered from a sense of inferiority and vulnerability. A change is currently taking place with new churches planted, and other new church plants beginning. In Greece there are now around 25,000 Greek Evangelical Christians and another 10,000 migrant Evangelical Christians - Romanian, Ethiopian, Filipino, Arab, Albanian and African.

Religions

Chrétien
91%
Musselman(e)
6%
Non-religieux
3%

Chrétiens

Orthodoxe
92%
Catholique
1.5%
Protestantisme
0.36%

Facts

Economy
EU membership now seems a millstone around Greece's neck. A combination of factors has propelled the economy downward from being potentially dangerous to being outright disastrous. Impossible debts and deficits, increasing unrest and no easy solutions all point toward a troubled financial future for Greece - and the entire EU - no matter what the outcome of the crisis. Tourism, agricultural products and industry are all important. Greece has the largest fleet merchant ships in the EU.

The statistics are meant to give an impression, not to stigmatise. Statistics taken from "Operation World, 7th edition, 2010", see also www.operationworld.org

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