Reaching A Coruña (North Spain)

To help the OM team in the different activities they plan to have during those months.Including the outreach " El Camino hike" and the OM Spain annual retreat.

Dates

4 May 2020 – 30 July 2020

Cost

AUD 4750.00

Application Deadline

Applications closed

Open to

Singles

Sorry,

No Marrieds

Sorry,

No Families

Sorry,

No Groups

Based in La Coruña, you will be helping at the social centre, running a second hand shop, an English conversation club, English classes and any workshops we might have by the time you are here. You will be attending a local Baptist Church which is partnering with the social centre. You will be involved with the Teens & Youth group of the church and any other events the church might have.

You will work alongside OM workers and participate in their team meetings. Expect to follow a schedule of different ministry-activities. Sometime in July, you will be part of the outreach El Camino, a hike of 120 kms where you will be sharing the gospel with Pilgrims from all over the world. You will also join our annual OM Spain retreat. Accommodation and travelling are included in this program cost.

Participants Profile: We are looking for people who are teachable, flexible, and passionate about sharing the gospel. Please understand, that while you are serving with us, you won't be able to travel around Spain. Do not expect holidays while been with us. However you will get one day off, where you can visit and do any sight-seen around the province of A Coruña. The budget doesn't include any extra money for sight-seen or any transportation outside A Coruña city.
OM flat. You will be sharing an apartment with other participants. Expect to share a bedroom.
You will need to cook for meals. The team will take turns in cooking at least one meal a day.
Arrival and departure at A Coruña airport (LCG). Or A Coruña Bus or Train Station.
In good health

Less than 90 days without a visa. However check with your local Spanish embassy if you need a letter of invitation.

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