EEA General Assembly 2019 Germany in Bad Blankenburg
June 11 @ 17:30 - June 14 @ 13:30€210 – €320
‘On the road home: How to journey safely’
We’re delighted to invite you to the annual conference of the European Evangelical Alliance – this year in Bad Blankenburg, Germany. The General Assembly is a place to connect and to be equipped . It is a platform where general secretaries, affiliate members and chairs of Hope for Europe networks bond, connect, find better synergy of how to support on another and profit from each other.
During this General Assembly we will focus on us as Europeans, and focusing on the message of the gospel, we will address not only our longing for safety but also our concerns about the Europe in which we are living. We will talk about the reasons (real or perceived) that cause Europeans to feel unsafe in their own countries and continent, and we will attempt to unmask these concerns and challenge them in the light of the Bible. We want to encourage the Church to look at its own “fears” and concerns; to overcome them with love; to find refuge and safety in God and then to reach out with the message of hope and love to all who live on this continent.
Bible study, thematic lectures, fellowship, sharing from the regions, connecting with EEA and its partners and staff will be in line with the theme ‘On the road home: How to journey safely’
We will build on the Hope Event in Tallinn: The goal is to pray and think through these topics and come up with questions and answers which include National EAs, Affiliates and Networks. We want to see even more joint ideas being born and new partnerships established which play on the strength of the different participants involved in this General Assembly.
Wednesday afternoon, 12 June: Official handover celebration of the General Secretary of the German Evangelical Alliance . After over 30 years Hartmut Steeb passes on the baton to Reinhardt Schink.
When: Starting Tuesday 11 June at 17:30 hours. Finishing Friday 14 June at lunch time
Where: Allianzhaus, Bad Blankenburg
Travel by car or train will be an option for many as Bad Blankenburg is at least 2 ½ hours away from an airport Therefore, in order to make it to Bad Blankenburg by 17:30 hours please make sure you are in Frankfurt (or any other airport) between 11 – 12 hours.Fly into Nuremberg (Nürnberg), Leipzig (the closest two airports) or Frankfurt or Berlin
Find out how to get to the hotel in Bad Blankenburg here!
Register at the bottom of this page for the General Assembly by buying a ticket via our bank account (preferred option) or PayPal. Cash payment only in agreed special case.
We do offer scholarships, please connect with our office if you want to apply for a scholarship. Register afteryou received our answer and discount code.
Looking forward to seeing many of you in Bad Blankenburg!
Your EEA Team