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European Fellowship Calendar of Events

Welcome to the European Fellowship rolling calendar of events.

Please scroll down the list of events below to find out how to join - some may require consent from your youth organisation to participate.


The list includes events run by our member organisations that are open to international participants. 


If your organisation has an event that you would like promoted to the members of EF, please contact us at

Annual General Meeting


Saturday, 20 February, 2021



Our AGM will be held online this year because of travel restrictions during the pandemic. 


The meeting is an opportunity for organisations to commicate their feedback to the Chairmanship and help decide the future direction of EF.  Items on the agenda include: presentation of the annual reports, updates about upcoming events, and the election of chairperson.

All youth organisations associated with EF are welcome to attend.  Young leaders are especially welcome.

For more information contact Simon Gallaher (Chair) at

Easter Course 2021


27 - 28 March, 2021



Easter Course is going to be a bit different this year.  The course will be online becasue of travel restrictions during the pandemic and it will be held over a weekend instead of at the usual time of Easter week. 

The course is open to young leaders in Christian youth organisations, and is the perfect opportunity to develop your leadership skills with other young leaders from across Europe.  This year's course theme is 'Youth Work in an Online World'. 

Hope you can join us!

If you are interested in attending, contact Eve Hatházi (Vice-Chair for Training) at or get in touch with your organisation's international team.

Be One Ecumenical Course 2022


20 - 23 January, 2022


York, United Kingdom

The next Be1 Ecumenical Course will be held during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, in the city of York, England. 


Be1 is an engaging course that brings together young people of different Christian backgrounds and traditions from across Europe, as well as representatives from various churches within the host city.  The purpose of the course is to explore the role of inter-faith dialogue within youth work, church, and society.


The course is a partnership between European Fellowship, the Conference of European Churches, and the The Boys' Brigade UK & RoI.

If you are interested in attending, contact Eve Hatházi (Vice-Chair for Training) at or get in touch with your organisation's international team.

FDF National Camp 2022


6 - 15 July, 2022


FDF Outdoor Center Sletten, Denmark

The National Camp is the biggest event in FDF - our member organisation in Denmark - and a unique experience for international participants.

Camp activities range from playing lots and lots of games and doing group activities to cooking and eating your own dinner, construction of your own camp site, sitting around campfires, big evening entertainment shows, prayers, singing songs, evening/night activities and much, much more.


With 10,000 Danes and more than 500 international participants attending, you will be able to make a lot of new friends from Denmark and all parts of the world.  FDF invites international contacts and friendship organisations to send participants to the camp.

For more information about the camp, download the invitation, or contact the FDF International Committee at

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