Northern Europe Area

The Northern Europe area is a diverse and culturally rich region encompassing Nordic nations, the British Isles, Channel Islands, and Baltic States

About Northern Europe

The Northern European region, defined by its geographic location and shared climatic conditions, holds a remarkable diversity of cultures, histories, and landscapes. Nestled between the Arctic Ocean and the more temperate regions to the south, this area has been shaped by centuries of interactions between its inhabitants and the natural world. From the breathtaking fjords and rugged mountains of Scandinavia to the verdant landscapes and ancient castles of the British Isles, the Northern European region boasts a tapestry of environments that have influenced the development of vibrant societies.

Culturally, the region has been a cradle of innovation and creativity, producing influential thinkers, artists, and scientists who have left a lasting mark on the world. The legacies of the Viking explorers, the literary contributions of Irish and British writers, the modern design ethos of the Nordic countries, and the Baltic States’ resilience and cultural heritage after periods of tumultuous history all contribute to the intricate fabric of this area. Despite their diverse backgrounds, the countries and territories within Northern Europe share common values, such as social welfare systems, environmental stewardship, and a commitment to education, making this region a fascinating and influential part of the global community.

Northern Europe Nations

The religious makeup of the Northern Europe area is diverse and has evolved over time. While historically Christianity has been a dominant influence, particularly various forms of Protestantism, the region has also seen a rise in secularism and a growing presence of other faiths due to immigration and cultural shifts.

  • Channel Islands

  • Denmark

  • Estonia

  • Faroe Islands

  • Finland

  • Greenland

  • Iceland

  • Ireland

  • Isle of Man

  • Latvia

  • Lithuania

  • Norway

  • Sweden

  • United Kingdom

Our Vision

In the next five years (2023-2028), the EURO Region will focus on creating newly licensed national ministers through training and discipleship. Pursuant to this, the we will also focus on recruiting new, capable short-term and appointed missionaries to aid in this task.

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