Presidency

The 20-member Governing Board of the Conference of European Churches meets twice annually to oversee the implementation of the decisions of the assembly.

In June, the 2023 Tallinn General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches elected a new presidency. H.E. Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira and Great Britain of the Ecumenical Patriarchate was elected as president; and Rt Rev. Dr Dagmar Winter and Rev. Frank Kopania as vice presidents.

H.E. Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira and Great Britain

H.E. Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira and Great Britain

Ecumenical Patriarchate
President

Rt Rev. Dr Dagmar Winter

Rt Rev. Dr Dagmar Winter

Church of England
Vice-President

Rev. Frank Kopania

Rev. Frank Kopania

Protestant Church in Germany
Vice-President

Governing Board members

    • H.E. Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Kyrenia, Church of Cyprus
    • Rev Simone De Giuseppe, Christian Evangelical Baptist Union of Italy
    • Rev. Claire des Mesnards, United Protestant Church of France
    • Rev. Dr Vilmos Fischl, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hungary
    • Rev. Anders Borre Gadegaard, Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Denmark
    • Rev. Fr Garegin Hambardzumyan, Armenian Apostolic Church
    • Very Rev. Archimandrite Iakovos Andriopoulos, Church of Greece
    • Rev. Dr Triin Käpp, Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church
    • Rev. Bettina Kenst, Evangelical Church A.C. in Romania
    • Prof. Petr Kratochvil, Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren
    • Ms Prof. Pamela Slotte Russo, Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
    • Ms Maria Mountraki, Orthodox Church of Finland
    • Rev. Krzysztof Pikulski, Polish Catholic Church (Old-Catholic)
    • Dr Charles Reed, Church of England
    • Rev. Dr Karin Sarja, Church of Sweden
    • Rev. Klaas van der Kamp, Protestant Church in the Netherlands
    • Ms Kieryn Wurts, European Baptist Federation

Electoral reserve

  • Very Rev. Protopresbyter Emmanouil Papamikroulis, Church of Greece
  • Dr Karine Harutyunyan, Armenian Apostolic Churches
  • Ms Judith Kaiser, Protestant Church in Germany
  • Ms Tova Martensson, Church of Sweden
  • The Rt. Revd Philip Mounstephen, Church of England
  • Rev.  Mathilde Porte, United Protestant Church of France
  • Rev. Prof. Dr. Cristian Sonea, Romanian Orthodox Church
  • Rev. Dr Petr Jan Vins, Old-Catholic Church Czech Republic
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