Thursday, 27. May 2021

Welcome to the New EMS Website!

Fewer clicks – more information

The Evangelical Mission in Solidarity is keeping pace with the digital era. New content and user-friendly functions make it easier to search for information from Africa, Asia and Europe.

The website of the Evangelical Mission in Solidarity (EMS) has a new look. It is now more up-to-date and easier to navigate. But it’s not just about a modern look. The new website has lots to offer in terms of content and also has broader insights into international cooperation, including external communication.

The website is completely bilingual German/English and provides information about all member churches. An international editorial team from Africa, Asia and Europe creates content for EMS publications, the website and social media, and posts reports about the cooperation on equal terms, also in the field of communication.

"Today is a special day for the EMS. The new website opens up a window on the international orientation of our work on three continents and the solidarity that connects us with the people. The core elements are the information provided on how to get involved and support the work - these are both topics that are of particular interest to visitors to our website," says Dr Dieter Heidtmann, Secretary General of the EMS.

Get involved!

We’ll show you how: In the "Get Involved" section, the EMS provides information on the many different ways to join in. Examples from the wide-ranging spectrum include the Ecumenical Youth Volunteers Programme (EYVP), Women and Gender, Study Programmes and the International Bible Project.

Support the EMS!

And last but not least, the website is much easier for our donors to use. One click on the world map shows the countries where the EMS has member churches and the projects that receive the donations. Donating is now easier and faster. High security standards and transparency are of great importance to the EMS, whether payment is made by SEPA direct debit, PayPal, credit card or bank transfer.

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