Here is a new evangelical ecumenical event: Global Faith Forum, whose website states:
The Evangelical Church says we want to reach the world, but do we really understand the world? At the Global Faith Forum, we’re moving from a conversation about other faiths, to a conversation with other faiths. A conversation that allows us to hear from leaders with different faiths, different worldviews and different ideas that shape the way we communicate in the 21st century.
This is just repackaged Catholic interfaith "dialogue" for the evangelical masses, and has nothing to do with preaching the gospel, but more about joining world religions together via unity in diversity. Check out the speakers and globalist aspects to the scheduled programs. One of their sponsors is the Council on Foreign Relations, need I say more?
By the way this group is Lausanne connected: via one of the speakers. That is Raymond J. Bakke who served as Senior Associate for Large Cities with the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelism from 1979 to 1995. I was not able to figure out if this was one of the multitudes of 'official global conversation" events that are being held along with the Lausanne Movement's Capetown 2010, but it definitely is of the same flavor.
If you haven't read my warnings about the Lausanne Movement yet, read here.