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Ways to Serve through Antioch
Below are upcoming opportunities to serve through the Antioch. Click on any of the posts to bring up more information.
The Antioch movement of the Board of World Mission coordinates adults, 18 years and older, in cross cultural ministry and service across the worldwide Unity. The following listings are some of the opportunities that are seeking individuals to share in the ongoing efforts at a particular site in the coming months.
Boarding schools in Tanzania, Bishop Kisanji Girls’ Secondary School or Lusangi School, are seeking at least 2 individuals to teach English and engage with the students in the variety of activities of the schools during the month of July.
Van Es Camp of Canada would like counselors for their month long summer camp during July. The camp is a ministry to elementary through high school age youth with each week focused on a specific age group. The camp director and coordinators would like a commitment by April 01 in order to begin preparing the volunteer for serving as a counselor in the life of the camp.
If you or someone you know may be interested in further details and site guides, please contact Jill Kolodziej, Director of Antioch, at email@example.com or by phone at 920.256.9472. Also, please visit the BWM website at www.moravianmission.org for other available site placements.
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