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Gereja Kristen Indonesia
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Indonesian Christian Church
GKI
Kompleks Ruko Gading Bukit Indah blok Q-29 Jl. Bukit Gading Raya, Kelapa Gading Office
Jakarta 14240
Indonesia (Asia)
Teléfono: +62.21 4585 0904
Fax: +62.21 4585 2899
E-Mail: synodgki@indo.net.id
No: 1320 / 4200

The GKI has its origins in mission work among the Chinese and people of Chinese descent on Java in the 19th century by a number of Dutch missionary societies and the American Methodists (1905-1928). Chinese evangelists and lay people played a large part in the spreading of Christianity, and the congr were relatively independent from the missions and their missionaries. Their common history starts with the Cipaku Conference in 1926, which aimed at the unity of the Christians of Chinese descent on Java. The founding of the Church of Christ in China (1927) was a stimulus toward independence. After 1930 a number of these congr coalesced into four regional churches (East Java 1934, Central Java 1935 and 1936, West Java 1938), each of which more or less bore the stamp of its founding mission. At the time the combined membership was ? 3,500. With a view toward future unity, these churches initially had the status of classis. However, in the fifties they constituted themselves into four Synods. Three of these took the name of Gereja Kristen Indonesia Jawa Barat/Tengah/Timur.In 1962 for the first time the three churches convened in a General Synod, but not until August 1988 was the projected church union finally realized. This union was strengthened when the united GKI declared itself as a member of the PGI instead of the three constituent churches (1994). Currently the church is in the process of drawing up a church order which will replace the constitutions of the separate churches. Gradually the GKI is taking on a multi-ethnic character. It encompasses only a minority of the Indonesians of Chinese descent, as many belong to the RCath Church and to Prot churches of Pentecostal, Mennonite, and other denominations. The church has general health clinics, several older people�s homes, and a social welfare organization. It publishes a trimonthly theological magazine, Penuntun, and a general monthly, Kairos. The GKI considers February 22, 1934, as its date of birth.
 

Diaconal Institutions:
Yayasan Bimbingan Kesejahteraan Sosial (Social Welfare Guidance Foundation)
Yayasan "MARTURIA, DIAKONIA, KOINONIA" (MARDIKO)


 


datos de la iglesia

miembros
total: 178990
 
permitidos en la Santa Cena: 132465
 
bautizado(s): 46525 
congregaciones
(tradicional): 201
comunidades domésticas
(comunidades en desarrollo): 114
ordenado(s)
total: 265
 
hombres: 209
 
mujeres: 56
 
la ordenación de mujeres para el ministerio es usual
since 1965
ancianos
total: 1368
 
hombres: 889
 
mujeres: 479 
diácono(a)
total: 150
 
hombres: 100
 
mujeres: 50
  existen instituciones diaconales
misioneros(as)
total: 41
 
hombres: 31
 
mujeres: 10
 
no existe labor misionera en el extranjero
bautizo
bautismo de niños y creyentes
padrinos de bautizo
no se usa el concepto padrino/madrina
Santa Cena
por año: 4
publicaciones
no hay edición de revistas propias
instituciones de formación teológica

 
número: 3

colegios científico-humanistas
existen otros colegios
año de fundación
1934
estructura organizacional
Congregation, classis, regional Synod, national Synod
tipo de origen
  • reformando
idiomas oficiales
  • Indonesian
idiomas del culto
  • Indonesian
confesión
  • Catecismo de Heidelberg (1563)
  • Credo de Atanasio (Quicumque Vult)
  • Credo de los Apóstoles
  • Credo Niceno (381)
participación en

asociaciones internacionales

asociaciones regionales

asociaciones nacionales

 

última actualización: 13.04.2006
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