The SCM-USA and the WSCF will hold a national training event in Washington, D.C. to empower our emerging network of student leaders through worship, Bible study, social analysis, theological reflection, global connection and strategizing for building a national network.
Upcoming and Past Events and Applications
You are invited to join us for a joyous evening of dialogue and engagement
as delegates from the Student Christian Movement-NYC and World Student
Christian Federation delegates to the U.N. Commission on Women discuss
the struggle for gender equality.
To be held in the Garden Room of the:
Judson Memorial Church
239 Thompson Street
57TH UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON STATUS OF WOMEN
NGO Parallel Event
World Student Christian Federation and World Council of Churches
Northeast Regional Symposium:
Of the Student Christian Movement –USA (SCM-USA) &
World Student Christian Federation -North America (WSCF-NA)
Background and Information
November 9-10, 2012
World Student Christian Federation WSCF-FUMEC Latin American and Caribbean & North American Regions Intercultural Exchange Program and Cultural Trip
Havana, Cuba, April 1-8 2012: “Students on an Encounter for Solidarity and Justice: Celebrating 50 Years of SCM Cuba”
Re:Generate your passion and commitment to social and ecological justice! Connect with others who are also dedicated to making the world a more just place for all God’s creation.
If you travel this June to Shakori Hills, NC, you will have the opportunity to participate in conversations with leaders in social justice work, hear extraordinary music from around the country, dialogue with political influencers and creative writers, experience performances of provocative theatre and inspiring cinema, eat together with friends, strangers, maybe even a few enemies. And the end, you’ll have journeyed somewhere new, and maybe have found your way back to things you thought you had lost. Wild Goose is your festival: a miraculous space at the intersection of justice, spirituality and art.
The ecumenical community of Taizé, founded by Brother Roger in central France in 1940, is organizing a gathering for young adults aged between 18 and 35 that will take place in Chicago over Memorial Day Weekend.
The UDPS is one of the longest established ecumenical events. It was first celebrated on 13 February 1898! Celebrate this year’s UDPS with students from around the globe in our common liturgy!