- The Church established around A.D. 50, after the Apostle Paul visited Macedonia.
- In the 14th century, England’s John Wycliffe began translating Scripture from Latin into English.
- The Protestant movement was closely tied to having the Bible available in common languages.
- Today, translation work is in progress for the many European sign languages as well as language groups that have immigrated to Europe, including a number of Romani (“Gypsy”) languages.
- Bible translation still needed for millions of displaced people who have settled in Europe.