Welcome to the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Trans-European Division [TED]. Serving 22 countries in northern, central and south-eastern Europe, the TED provides leadership, resources, information and training for the 86,500 church members that live within the region, and a news and information service for anyone wishing to find out more about the Church.
Resources & Training
Resources and training are core to the work of the TED. Please browse our departmental pages to discover the wealth of resources that are available in a wide range of areas.
The 22 countries served by the TED are divided into 14 administrative regions, based primarily on language and culture. This provides great diversity. Access the website for a country you wish to see.
Watch Our Videos
A picture paints a thousand words, a video tells a story. View a selection of our latest video episodes and find links to inspiration and information.
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IN THE NEWS
28 September 2016 | St Albans, England [Victor Hulbert]
Torben Bergland launched a surprise attack on Trans-European office staff at a special presentation on Tuesday, 20 September. As Health Ministries director for the TED, and as a qualified psychiatrist and psychotherapist, he pointed out that, according to the NHS UK Livewell website, 1 in 3 people are addicted to something.Read more ...
26 September 2016 | London, England [Andrew McChesney, AR/Natasha Mirilov, SEC/tedNEWS]
A multi-location evangelistic outreach across London and the South East of England has resulted in 87 baptisms, hundreds more contacts, and even the conversion of a woman was preparing to be a high priestess for Satan.
She hated Seventh-day Adventist evangelist John Lomacang.Read more ...
22 September 2016 | Riga, Latvia [Victor Hulbert]
A church which started as the forerunner of Adventism in the Russian Empire celebrated its 120th birthday this past weekend with a mixture of worship, history, an ordination service and an inspiring musical concert. In 1914 a German colporteur, Gerhard Perk, headed north to Latvia. He was soon joined by LD Conradi, at the time, President of the European Division of the Adventist Church.Read more ...
21 September 2016 | Watford, UK [Richard Daly/tedNEWS] A circular garden, lit at night, with seating in tranquil surroundings and a three tier fountain as centrepiece is now a national memorial and living tribute to all those who have stood for peace in wars past and present.Read more ...