Navigating the Currents of Change
20th-24th May 2019
Location: Freizeitheim Friolzheim (see GoogleMaps)
Main Speaker: Jackie Mann
Whether it be in the areas of faith, sexuality, geopolitics or technology, our world is changing faster than any time in human history. Join us as we brainstorm together on how Third Culture Kids can thrive in today’s changing world.
The EuroTCK 2019 flyer is available to download.
Program, travel and important information
As well as the main plenary session, there is a wide variety of workshops and seminars. Download the programme document to get a taste of what is on offer. More details about each seminar and the seminar leaders are available on the seminars document. Every morning we will have a time of worship and devotion to start off the day. It you would like to help with music, please read the music help required document.
The nearest Airport is Stuttgart. Please see the travel briefing document for details of public transport to the centre – there is also the potential of a shuttle from the airport, though places and times are limited.
Please note that the costs are inclusive, and include all meals and accommodation. Bedlinen and towels are provided.
Main speaker – Jackie Mann
Although I now live and work in the middle of England I come from the West Country city of Bristol, with its distinct accent. It was here that I enjoyed my school years both in the classroom and also on the sports field. My life had no room for Jesus until at seventeen when I heard the gospel for the first time through events put on at a friend’s church – that changed everything! Over the years since I have lived in South Wales and Oxford before settling in Leamington Spa just after the turn of the century. Prior to taking on a post responsible for training at a local church in Warwick (Myton Church) I had the privilege of working with the British IFES movement (UCCF) for ten years and then Friends International (UK) that equips the local church to reach international students. Across all these roles I have grown a passion for equipping Christians to reflect biblically on the culture around them so they can both live distinctively and reach out. Whilst Leamington is a long way from the sea I love to relax on deserted beaches, plus enjoy any combination of the following: good coffee, red wine, leisurely evenings with friends, log fires, films, the absorption of a jigsaw puzzle!’
Price: €220-€290 per person, dependent on the type of room booked (see booking form). Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The centre is made up of single, double and dormitory bedrooms. Shower and toilet facilities are accessible on a shared corridor. However a limited number of twin/double rooms are en suite (stated on the booking form). There are also a limited number of single rooms (none are en suite). You will need to book early to guarantee availability of these rooms.
When booking: Spaces are per person for all rooms.
€45 a day, including lunch and dinner. Perfect if you can’t make the whole event!
When booking: Please specify in the Comment box which day(s) you wish to attend for catering purposes.
At the Event:
Registration is open from 14.00pm on Monday 20 May.
First session starts at 16.00pm.
Conference ends immediately after breakfast on Friday 24 May.
Travel should be planned accordingly if you do not want to miss any of the sessions.
You can pay offline via an invoice which will be sent to you.
For queries, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
BookingsAll single rooms and twin rooms with a private bathroom have now been booked.
Bookings are closed for this event.