Welcome to the
European Cities of the Reformation!
The “European Cities of the Reformation” is a project run by the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe – CPCE – to strengthen the partnerships between the European churches and their towns and cities as they celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
The scheme promotes the vibrant interaction of art, culture and spirituality and encourages historical adventures and tourism in the towns and cities where the Reformation evolved.
The CPCE awards participating towns and cities:
- the title “European City of the Reformation” and right to use the official emblem
- joint media campaigns to publicise the full range of activities
Here are the European Cities of the Reformation
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Cities of the Reformation
Activities organised by the European Cities of the Reformation
Tell us about your event!
Who can apply to take part?
The “European Cities of the Reformation” project is aimed at collaborations between churches and the local authorities or cultural institutions. For example, a regional church could submit a joint application together with the city council or a local museum.
Are applications still open?
Where should applications be sent?
Applications must be submitted in writing to the main office of the CPCE:
Community of Protestant Churches in Europe
Dr. Bernd Jaeger
Tel.: 0043 (0)1 479 15 23 900
Who considers the applications?
You can find all the relevant information about getting involved in the project in our PDF download. Towns and cities are awarded the title by the main office of the CPCE on the Council’s behalf. If you wish to discuss any aspect of your application prior to submission, you are very welcome to send us a letter or email, or to call the main office for advice.
Community of Protestant Churches in Europe CPCE
Dr. Bernd Jaeger