Kirsten Fehrs

Kirsten Fehrs (born September 12, 1961 in Wesselburen) is a Lutheran bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany.

Kirsten Fehrs, 2013 in Hamburg

LifeEdit

Fehrs studied Lutheran theology at University of Hamburg. In December 1990 she was ordained as pastor in Hamburg. She worked as pastor of St. James' Church, one of Hamburg's principal churches. In 2011, the synod (church parliament) of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church elected her bishop of the regions Hamburg and Lübeck.[1] She has been bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany since the North Elbian Church merged with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Mecklenburg and the Pomeranian Evangelical Church in 2012.

Works by FehrsEdit

  • Miteinander leben lernen – Gemeindenahe Erwachsenenbildung in ländlicher Region. In: forum EB (= Erwachsenenbildung) 02/1997.
  • Lebensbegleitung als Kooperationsmodell – Bericht über einen Kooperationsprozess der Familien-Bildungsstätte und der Erwachsenenbildung im Kirchenkreis Rendsburg. In: forum EB. 02/2001.
  • Personalentwicklung konkret – Ansätze und Gespräche. In: Lernort Gemeinde. 08/02.
  • Macht ist für mich positiv besetzt. In: Marlis Prinzing: Meine Wut rettet mich. Verlag Kösel, 2012, ISBN 978-3-466-37036-8, pages 251ff.

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Kirsten Fehrs
Born: 12 September 1961 in Wesselburen
Titles in Lutheranism
Preceded by
Maria Jepsen
Bishop of the Hamburg and Lübeck Ambit within the
North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church (2011-2012)
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany (since)

2011–present
Incumbent