International Outreach 2013:
Every summer over 10,000 students from all over the world come to Cambridge to study English. Many of them would have little or no opportunity to meet Christians in their own country and are also often far more open to hearing about other faiths while away from home. The aim of Cambridge International Outreach is to offer friendship to these students and, if they wish, to share with them the Good News of Jesus Christ. Students from all over the world will be here. Will you?
Team 1: 7th - 21st July.
Team 2: 21st July - 4th August.
Team 3: 4th - 18th August.
Team 3X: 4th - 25th August.
The aim of the outreach is to build genuine friendships with international students and sensitively offer them the chance to hear about the Christian faith. To this end the team run two international cafés each evening, where there are activities like cultural evenings and pancake nights as well as optional Bible studies for those interested. Various activities (from volleyball to museum visits) take place in the afternoons to help us build friendships with students, and mornings are for team training on a whole range of cross-cultural issues and Bible study.
You don’t have to be an expert in cross-cultural communication or be fluent in five languages to be involved! The students are here to learn English, experience life in the UK and love to meet British people who are prepared to make time for them. All you need is a living faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and a desire to share the Good News with others. Any gifts/skills you have will be put to good use, but none are required.
£110 for each team, £145 for joining two teams and £120 for Team3X.
These prices include everything except transport to and from Cambridge and some meals at weekends. (Discount for returners!)
Download the 2013 application form by clicking here.
The Cambridge International Outreach is organised by Friends International in partnership with UCCF and local churches.
Comments from previous team members...
“It was such a blessing and encouragement to be part of an international team and to learn to work and relate to one another.”
"There’s a whole world out there that I didn’t realise existed!”
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