Facts about Areopagos
Investment of Areopagos’ capital, which stems from the sale of parts of the Tao Fong Shan property in the 1990s, generates most of the income of the foundation. In addition, Areopagos receives government funding for diaconal projects in China, as well as gifts.
The dialogue centre Emmaus in Oslo and other Norwegian cities
Tao Fong Shan Christian Centre and campus, Hong Kong
Institute of Sino-Christian Studies working in China
Theological education in China and other places in Asia
In the Master’s Light, Norway
The Areopagos Day, summer meeting and seminars in Scandinavia
Diaconal projects in cooperation with local authorities in China
Lutheran Theological Seminary in Hong Kong
Research Centre for Traditional Chinese Religions and New Religious Movements, China Lutheran Seminary, Taiwan
TCG Nordica, Kunming, and the ArtsNordica network in Scandinavia
Mekong Mission Forum
Nidaros Pilgrim’s Centre, Trondheim
IKON and In the Master’s Light, Denmark
The Egede Institute for Mission Studies, Norway
Areopagos has several network partners in Norway, Denmark and internationally, working with religious dialogue, Christian spirituality, missional renewal of the church, religious encounter, and major trends in mission.
As a dynamic and flexible catalyst for church and mission renewal Areopagos represents a resourceful and attractive homestead for many. Individuals and partners/organisations are invited to draw inspiration from this network through becoming members, subscibing to newsletters and other publications, and through participating in Areopagos arrangements. Both individuals and partners/organisations are welcome to propose new initiatives and discuss collaborative efforts.