Participating in the AssemblyParticipating in the Assembly


The 14th CEC Assembly is a constitutional assembly. As the “highest authority” of CEC, the Assembly will need to review the work of the organisation for the past six years before planning the priorities of the future work of CEC. With this main aim in mind, CEC has invited its member churches to nominate delegates to participate in the assembly with full rights.

Up to 300 delegates from the CEC member churches, including Central Committee members will attend the Assembly as official delegates. Together with representatives from associated organisations, guests, young stewards and staff, the total number of participants will be approximately 450.

Young people will be involved in the CEC Assembly in two ways. Some will be nominated by CEC member churches and associated organizations, as youth delegates or delegated representatives. for more information on Youth Delegates, click here.

Others will have the possibility to attend as stewards, who help with the day-to-day smooth running of the Assembly, and at the same time observe and engage in ecumenical conversation within the Assembly, and meet other like-minded young people from other countries and denominations. For more information, or to find out how to become a steward, click here.


How to participate?How to participate?


Categories of participants at the 14th CEC Assembly:

CEC 13th Assembly Archive (Photo:Daniel Barton and Johan Ehrning)
CEC Archive CEC 13th Assembly (Photo:Thomas Stephan)