Working among Migrants in Germany is our passion. Will it also be yours?
Imagine yourself reaching out to a multi-cultural city in the southern part of Germany, meetings kids and youths and all kind of people, enjoying a cup of tea and chats in different languages, running a Tea-House, helping migrants with German bureaucracy, sharing your life, investing your gifts and talents for planting a church and much more ...
You need to have
- a passion for migrants
- German and other languages in practice or you are ready to learn
- experience in helping others to know Christ or get to know him
You should be
- looking for a challenge in Germany
- a teamplayer
- interested in other cultures
These kind of gifts or interests may be of help:
- playing music
- leading a house group
TeenStreet: Teens designed, assembled and painted individual toys, topped with solar-panelled propellers, to be given to refugee children, along with a gospel message.
Entering the TeenStreet (TS) ArtZone feels like stepping into a beautiful art gallery. Inspiration erupts from the tables and walls. For the artists, it’s truly a special place to paint, craft, build—create!
Made in the image of an unendingly creative God, creativity is a part of who we are.
TeenStreet Europe is pretty international, but the global TeenStreet network stretches even further around the world.
At this years TeenStreet Europe 1,800 teenagers experienced a week that brought them closer to God and mobilised them to be lights in their communities.
Through Scatter Railways, Global Village at TeenStreet focussed on introducing teens to the 2.8 billion people who have never heard of Jesus.
The Riverboat community sailed from port-to-port to mobilise believers into missions and share the Hope of God together. How is life after the Riverboat?