Administration Region Kassel
Tel.: +49 561 9378-385
Development and Partnership Africa
Tel.: +49 69 976518-33
Development and Partnership Asia
Tel.: +49 69 976518-34
Pastor Dr. Jörg Bickelhaupt
Tel.: +49 69 976518-23
Born 1960 in Darmstadt.
Pastor of the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau, ordination 1987.
Since September 2000, representative/speaker for interdenominational issues at the Center for Ecumenism of the EKHN (since May 2015 at the joint Center for Ecumenism of the EKHN and EKKW) in Frankfurt/Main.
Doctorate in 2014 at the University of Heidelberg with a thesis on "Baptism, Faith, Spirit - a contribution to the recent inner-evangelical discussion" („Taufe, Glaube, Geist – ein Beitrag zur neueren innerevangelischen Diskussion“).
Administration churches, religions and world views
Tel.: +49 69 976518-21
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Pastor Joachim Bundschuh
Tel.: +49 69 976518-55
Paola Fabbri Lipsch
Intercultural and diversity education
Tel.: +49 69 976518-66
Administration Bread for the World
Tel.: +49 69 976518-35
Claudia Hadj Said
Public Relations Bread for the World
Tel.: +49 69 976518-25
Development and Partnership Europe and USA, „Hoffnung für Osteuropa“
Tel.: +49 69 976518-32
Interreligious Affairs – Islam
Tel.: +49 69 976518-69
Administration Director and Management
Tel.: +49 69 976518-14
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Pastor Detlev Knoche
Tel.: +49 69 976518-13
Pastor Oliver Koch
Worldview and New Religious Movements
Tel.: +49 69 976518-42
Born 1972 in Kassel.
Studied Protestant theology and religious studies at the Friedrich Alexander University in Erlangen / Nuremberg and the Philipps University in Marburg.
Vicariate in Schweinsberg.
Chaplain at the Vitos Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Haina (monastery) and parish priest in Haina (monastery).
Parish priest in Großseelheim near Marburg.
Since 2013 consultant for worldview issues at the Center Oekumene.
Further education in psychiatric pastoral care, systemic pastoral care, KSA (clinical pastoral care training, DgfP), long-term training "Curriculum Weltanschauungsfragen".
2020-2022 In-service training as a psychological counselor (DGBB).
Tel.: +49 69 976518-15
Bread for the World and Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe
Tel.: +49 69 976518-90
Pastor Bernd Müller
Church Partnership Relati ons EKKW
Tel.: +49 561 9378-388
Pastor Sabine Müller-Langsdorf
Peace work, Vice Director
Tel.: +49 69 976518-56
Pastor Dr. Peter Noss
Interreligious Affairs – Judaism and Near East
Tel.: +49 69 976518-22
1983-1985 Civilian service
1986-1995 Studies in Bochum, Heidelberg, Berlin
1995 Employee "Institute Church and Judaism" Berlin
1995-1998 Vicariate in Berlin and Washington D.C.
1998-2000 Pastor in Unna, Evangelical Church of Westphalia (EKvW)
2000-2004 Research Assistant Ruhr-University Bochum (Project Religions in the Ruhr Area)
2005-2017 Pastor in Bochum and Gelsenkirchen, EKvW
2017-2021 Consultant for Ecumenism and Dialogue, Deanery Wetterau, Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau (EKHN)
since 2022 Consultant for Interreligious Dialogue with a focus on Judaism and the Middle East at the Center for Ecumenism
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Administration Peace, Global Learning, Church Development Service, Partnership Europe and SA
Tel.: +49 69 976518-53
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Church Development Service, ABP
Tel.: +49 69 976518-36
Administration Development and Partnership, ABP
Tel.: +49 69 976518-31
Tel.: +49 69 976518-58
Daniel Untch studied political science and holds a master's degree in peace and conflict studies.
After his studies, he first worked as a consultant at the Protestant Working Group for Conscientious Objection and Peace in Bonn before becoming a consultant for peace work at the Catholic peace movement pax christi in the dioceses of Limburg and Mainz.
In this function he dealt with the topic of peace in many different ways. For example, he was involved in regional activities against arms exports, co-organized the ecumenical campaign Wanderfriedenskerze (Wandering Peace Candle), and was involved in the campaign "Menschenrecht statt Moria" (Human Rights instead of Moria), which campaigned for refugees from the camps at the EU's external borders to be accepted in Germany.
After graduating from high school, Daniel Untch spent 2010/11 in Bolivia as part of a voluntary social year. There he worked as an English teacher in different parts of the country. In addition, together with other volunteers, he organized a place for children to play and learn, including homework help. His time in Bolivia had a lasting impact on him and sensitized him to issues of global justice.
As a consultant for peace education, Daniel Untch is the contact person for questions of peace ethics and non-violent action for church congregations, church groups and institutions, schools and other interested parties at the Center for Ecumenism.
He is in charge of the exhibition "Frieden geht anders" ("Peace is different"), and is the contact person for the topics of arms exports, the "Unter 18 nie!" ("Never under 18!") campaign, and for counseling on conscientious objection.
Daniel Untch is currently developing content on the connection between climate justice and peace.
Tel.: +49 69 976518-45
Pfarrerin Ulrike Schweiger de Sepúlveda
Church Partnership Relations EKKW
Tel.: +49 69 976518-88