Camp Tent Leader – England
Befriend, mentor and disciple young people at one of WEC's camps on the coast this summer. WEC Camps aim to give young people of all backgrounds a life-changing experience.
The camps have a strong Christian ethos, combining Bible teaching, a world focus and lots of good fun. As a tent leader your role is not only to supervise campers, but to get to know them, answer their questions, share Jesus with them and encourage them in their faith.
Choice of three weeks in August 2018.
Qualities & Gifts Sought
Need a passion and eagerness to disciple and help young people and children in their spiritual journey as well as in general life and social skills. Must be 17 or over to apply (no upper age limit). We do appreciate if you are a trained lifeguard or first aider.
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About United Kingdom
The capital of the United Kingdom and its largest city is London, a global city and financial centre with an urban area population of 10.3 million, the fourth-largest in Europe and second-largest in the European Union. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have devolved administrations based in their capitals, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, respectively. Other major urban areas in the UK include Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester.
The population of the UK is around 65.4 million, of whom 57% consider themselves Christian, but probably 7.91% are evangelical. The UK contains around 105 distinct people groups, of whom 32 are considered unreached.
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WEC's work in the UK has a long history of training and sending Christian workers all over the world. We are committed to:
• Partnering with churches all over the UK to mobilise our members into ministry;
• Working cross-culturally to bring immigrant communities into Christian community Neighbours Worldwide;
• Encouraging and stimulating prayer for world missions, accurately researching the whole mission scene through the Operation World team
• Offering opportunities for short-term missions exposure
• Ministering to drug and alcohol addicts through the work of Betel;
• Working with churches to run World Adventure kids programmes and summer youth camps aiming to bring children to faith and to learn about their place in God’s world;
• Publishing strategic mission books and magazines;
• Hosting Mission & Me days to those wishing to explore God’s call to cross-cultural work.