Serving People – Volunteer at Hospitality Centre

Do you enjoy serving people and want to make them feel loved and welcome? We need volunteers for our guest house where people get informed and mobilized for missions.

Dates

Various Dates: See Details

Cost

AUD 0.00 per day

Application Deadline

Various: See Details

Open to

Singles

Open to

Marrieds

Open to

Families

Open to

Groups

You will work alongside the hospitality team of OM Germany.

You will prepare rooms, clean facilities, set up coffee breaks, do laundry, cook, bake or do the dishes.

servant heart flexible adaptable teachable physically fit
You will be accommodated in the German home office, where you will work as well.
Food is provided during the whole time.
Everyone must organize and pay for their own travel. The final train station is Mosbach West, which is on the opposite site of OM Germany. You can book your flight to Frankfurt Airport which is two hours away from Mosbach or fly into Stuttgart Airport which is the same distance.
You will work 8 hours a day and you will be on your feet the whole day!

Please check with your local Home Office.

It is possible to customize the program.
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