Apply now to the Conference of European Churches General Assembly working groups as WSCF-Europe youth representative!

January 30th, 2017 10:24 pm

Interested in working at ecumenical field?

Hoping to get experienced in organizing big events?

Do you have a passion to pray and worship together with Christians from different denominations?

You might be what we look for! Apply now to the Conference of European Churches General Assembly working groups as WSCF-Europe youth representative.

CEC looks for two young volunteers for two working groups to develop their next General Assembly in June 2018 Novi Sad, Serbia. First working group will supervise the preparations of the Assembly and the second working group will take responsibility of the spiritual life of the Assembly.

The representative is expected to be 30 years old or younger at the time of the nomination and have an understanding of the global ecumenical movement (from their church and cultural perspective, and personal involvement) and some experience of major ecumenical or other church events. They should be members of a CEC member church. Regarding Assembly Worship Committee, it would be appreciated if nominees have good grasp of their own liturgical tradition and/or church music skills.

CEC appreciates if the nominees are able to travel to their next Assembly Planning Committee meeting from 6-7 February.

Deadline for application: 7 February 2017

Contact person: Natia Tsintsadze,

How to apply: Send your CV and a short motivation letter (300 words maximum on how you could best meet needs of worship committee for CEC General Assembly)

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

WSCF-Europe team

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