So it will be a very long story because we had very, very many events. Many exhibitions, many museums; they had extra exhibitions, concerts, festivals, conferences and of course the many festive services during the year. Estonian Church is in a way global because we have Estonian
congregations all around the world and of course, it was easier to celebrate the ecumenical way in Estonia because we have very good cooperation with other churches, but the global way we celebrate the days were true Estonian communities
all around the world. I think all churches in our
region, they were very creative. There were many churches who, in cooperation with the post companies, published the stamps of The Reformation or the Luther stamps in
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. Then of course, the conferences. What was the most inspiring? I think I can’t pick up anything from other churches,
because I don’t know them so well, but what I can pick up
from the Estonian church was an invitation to the people, ordinary people to plant apple trees and we managed during the year to plant more than 500 apple trees all around Estonia and it inspires very much because that was the way, how the Reformation or the idea of the Reformation came to the home yards
of the ordinary people. I’m very lucky, we have
very good cooperation. We had a special conference, a one day conference together
with the Catholic church and it ended with a service, we followed the same order like in Lund a year ago and also we published the translation of the
document “From Conflict to Communion”. But what is the greatest result? Actually, we signed an invitation together with Catholic
Bishop Phillip Jordan, for the Pope to visit Estonia and we know now that in 2018, the Pope is coming to Estonia
and other politicians. It means that we can’t close church and church life inside the walls but we need to be, as a
church where people are. And of course it doesn’t mean
that we need to change the church or the doctrine of the church, but we have to find the methods and ways how the same things are
reaching to the people and how we can be understood by the people and the Christian faith and gospel. I think everybody of us,
even if we are very small, can add something and, what I think we as Estonians can add, we are quite innovative, we
are quite flexible and mobile and even thinking of the geopolitical place where we will, we lie
as a state or Estonians. I think we are building bridges and keeping them up in every direction because we are on the border of Eastern and Western, and in a
way of South and of North.