Share hope
A man in a red jacket and black hat. His left eye is connected. He wears glasses and looks at something he holds in his hands. In the background, a large number of people.
Ecumenical church service
Sun, 23.03.2014, 6.30 pm CET
Since 1999, every year − in the context of an exhibition − an ecumenical church service is held at the ZKM. In dealing with the current art, the perception of reality from the point of view of the artists is brought into a fruitful dialogue with the eyes of faith.In the exhibition "global aCtIVISm" diverse civil society engagements of the globalized world from an artistic point of view are gathered. What gives us hope for a livable world? The memory of the prophetic criticism of the Bible, faith and commitment as a reason for hope to share with each other − that is what we hope of this year's ecumenical church service at the ZKM.

In Karlsruhe, groups are connected to the "global activism" as well. They will be present at the service and will invite all volunteers to a "Pray and righteous action". The service is organized by an ecumenical group of the ZKM as well as Protestant and Catholic theologians from Karlsruhe.
Credits
Project team
Sermon: Klaus Engelhardt, Bishop retired

Concept and Design
  • Prof. Hans-Martin Corrinth, Cantor retired
  • Prof. Dr. Klaus Engelhardt, Bishop retired
  • Dipl.-Theol. Tobias Licht, Director Education Center KA of the archdiocese Freiburg
  • Eckhart Marggraf, former director of the Religious Education Institute
Partners

In Kooperation mit dem Bildungszentrum Karlsruhe (Bildungswerk der Erzdiözese Freiburg), der Evangelischen Erwachsenenbildung Karlsruhe

Contributors