The WSCF-NA participates annually in Ecumenical Advocacy Days. Ecumenical Advocacy Days (EAD) is a movement of the ecumenical Christian community and its recognized partners and allies in the US, grounded in biblical witness and shared traditions of justice, peace and the integrity of creation.
Events and Applications
Join WSCF North America for Senior Friends' Day during the SCM-USA Leadership Training Program in Berkeley, CA. The event will take place at the Pacific School of Religion.
The SCM-USA Leadership Training Program is an opportunity for students, young adults and senior friends to engage in conversations around movement building locally and nationally, to discuss glo-cal activism, and to reflect theologically upon the Christian faith and how it informs social and political engagement within the context of glo-cal grassroots organizing and movement building.
An evening hosted by the Student Christian Movement of Ottawa about the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF)’s educational and advocacy work on migrant justice in North America and in the world.
Featuring; Zaya Kuyena, United Church of Canada Ottawa-based representative; and Luciano Kovacs, WSCF Executive for North America and Program Director for Advocacy and Solidarity.
***Registration is now closed. Please email Jordan Wright @ email@example.com if you would like to attend***
WSCF will host the Inter-Regional Leadership Training Program (IRLTP) on Ecumenical Transformational Diakonia in Palermo, Sicily, Italy from December 8 to 15, 2015. Check out the attached for more information.
Every year individuals, churches and communities around the world unite to lift up students in prayer on Student Sunday, also known as the Universal Day of Prayer for Students (UDPS).
Deadline to register is May 24th.
NARA is the highest decision-making body of the WSCF-NA and it will include both a thematic part and a portion in which the Assembly will provide future working guidelines for the region. The Assembly will also elect the new WSCF-NA leadership.
Face to Face is a seven-week programme that aims to invite students preparing for ministry in cultural, social, theological and contextual realities to understand, to motivate and to engage with the realities on how the fullness of life is being denied to the large majority of the world’s population.