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Children's Holiday Club Team – Central Asia

Come as a team of three or four adults to assist this Central Asia Branch conference in late March 2019. Run an 8-day programme of activities for 5 kids and 3 teenagers. They will need to be able to come with a programme of activities in mind, prepared and ready to go, that will engage and entertain the kids, but also help them to grow in their relationship with Jesus.

These are opportunities for missionaries' children to have a break from intense cross-cultural experiences, and to holiday and enjoy socialising with other Western children from their parents' home culture. Your role is to enhance that experience for them.

There is scope for spending extra time with the branch, visiting some of the ministries they are involved in following the conference.

Qualities & Gifts Sought

You enjoy working with under 18s. You have experience leading Vacation Bible School, Holiday Bible Club or Sunday School. Can plan the activities and programme before you arrive. If you have some Russian language that would be a bonus.

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Position Type
Youth & Children
Sports & Outdoor Pursuits
Send me - happy to go anywhere!

Contract Type
0-3 months i Ideal commitment is 3 months or less

Central Asia

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