Humanism, new impulses and democracy now! Despite all financial crises, KulturBotschaft believes in the European idea.


The European idea-following the ancient idea of universality, which found a home in Wittenberg during the Renaissance-must also apply to religious practices and discourses. An "inter-religious dialogue", or a "dialogue of worldviews" is inseparable from cultural and sociological issues. The power lies in the combination of these approaches.

In addition to the activities of the Christian churches, there is a need for both an internal Christian reprocessing and intercultural dialogue of worldviews, with the intention to enable and create peace.

The KulturBotschaft (= "CulturalEmbassy" as well as "Cultural Message")  identifies itself as well as representative of the large portion of population in Saxony-Anhalt (and elsewhere), which is religiously unaffiliated, however often on a spiritual quest.

Paradigms, beliefs and convictions should not coexist parallel or fight against each other, but endure tensions and benefit from differences. Whether it be to strengthen the own profile or seeing positions from a different angle-or even to cherish despite the different dispositions.

The KulturBotschaft stands for education, humanism and new impulses in traditional line: The Reformers Philipp Melanchthon, Luther, Katharina von Bora and the Cranachs-but also the historical Dr. Faustus, Prince Hamlet (as a student in Shakespeare’s drama), Thomas Müntzer, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (The Ring Parable!), Giordano Bruno, Novalis, Anton Wilhelm Amo (Germany’s first professor of African origin) have made Wittenberg what it is today: a World Heritage site.


All participants are going to be cultural ambassadors, diplomats of special operations.