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Prayers are requested for member organisations in EAst Africa who are due to meet this weekend to discuss a joint training manual for the area. May the meeting be fruitful and a time of real blessing to the participants. ...

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Opportunity from the European Fellowship:

The European Fellowship is happy to present to you the new Ecumenical training course called Be1 that is going to be held in Riga, Latvia 18.-22. January 2017. The course is done in association with the Baltic organizations and The Finnish ecumenical council. EYCE (The Ecumenical Youth Council in Europe) and CEC (The Conference of European Churches) are also represented in the course program. The General Secretary of CEC will be officially present a whole day at this course. Applying for the Be 1 course has started. There are a total of 30 places available. Sign in by the end of November. The price is only 40€!

Here is the link for the course leaflet

Here is the link for the application form.

If you have any questions concerning the course
please do not hesitate to ask Juhana

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Young Leaders Workshops

Global Fellowship was formed in 1963 to provide a meeting point for Boys’ Brigade organisations around the world and to establish each national organisation as autonomous, rather than following instructions from the UK.

Our first member was established over 120 years ago by Sir William Alexander Smith with the establishment of The Boys’ Brigade in the United Kingdom (BBUK). In 1963 the international department of BBUK was replaced by The World Conference of Boys’ Brigade.

The objective of the new entity was to ensure that ownership and the decisions of BB were shared internationally, rather than under the jurisdiction of the UK alone. In 2002 the World Conference underwent a name change and became known as the Global Fellowship (GF) of Christian Youth. This change was to acknowledge the growing and diverse nature of youth organisations who desire to partner with us. While some work exclusively with boys and young men, others welcome boys, girls, teenagers and young adults from the age of 5 to 25 years.

Along with the name change in 2002, GF began a formal affiliation with the World Council of Churches. This relationship affirms that our primary partnership is with the Christian church

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