Who We Are
CEA is a member of the European and World Evangelical Alliances and represents the Evangelical Churches of Cyprus in issues with the Government of Cyprus as well as to other international bodies.
It stands firm on the LIVING WORD OF GOD, the Bible, and acknowledges that only through the Holy Spirit, true unity will be established in His Church.
It's mission is to promote through the Love of Jesus Christ a true spiritual unity between the Evangelical Churches in Cyprus, so that the Gospel will be seen and preached in the power of the Holy Spirit bringing truth, justice, reconciliation and above all salvation to the people of Cyprus.
It's vision is to see the people of Cyprus touched and transformed by the power of the Gospel in all areas of life and the land of Cyprus to become a missionary center that promotes the Gospel in the Middle East.
Bishop Charalambous is one of the founders of PENEEK (Cyprus Evangelical Alliance) when it was established in 1994 and has been serving in the committee most of the time as the Chairman.
Bishop Charalambous has a strong desire to see a true unity in the Body of Christ in Cyprus and the love of Christ to prevail. He has also been overseeing and pastoring at the Church of God of Prophecy for several years, along with his wife Soulla Charalambous. Bishop Charalambous has two grown up children.
Secretary Br. Andreou accepted the Lord in 1983 and has since been a member of the Evangelical Community. He embraced PENEEK's vision in 2007 when he began to attend the General Assembly and in December 2010, he was elected Secretary of the Coordinating Committee where he serves since. He is married to Maria Andreou and has two adult children.
Treasurer Br. Kostakis is serving as an elder in the Church of God of Prophecy in Nicosia in which he has been a member since he accepted the Lord in 1985. He has been attending the assemblies of PENEEK since 2008 and was elected as the Treasurer in the committee in December 2010 . He is married to Chrystalla Konstantinou and has three grown up children.