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Rencontre à Berlin
Écrit par Dominik   

 

http://www.urantiaeurope.org/

 

 

Welcome to Berlin!

Many Urantia book enthusiasts from various parts of Europe have expressed that they feel the time is ripe to begin a tradition of Europe conferences. Several months ago, some of us formed a team that has been working to put together an uplifting event in Berlin this summer. The team includes individuals who benefit from experience organizing Urantia gatherings and conferences. Some of us are also active with the chief Urantia organizations, which are supportive of this effort. We expect this to be an intimate conference of around forty to fifty attendants who are of all generations from all over Europe, and beyond.

We chose Berlin because it is relatively inexpensive and quite centrally located in Europe. Berlin is also a city that many people love to visit since it is such a vibrant center of art and culture. We hope that many visitors will stay several days before or after the conference – stay and explore the Berlin with us!

Language

Although language barriers were somewhat of a hindrance in earlier times, more and more Europeans, particularly younger generations, now speak English. English will be the primary language of this conference. When the whole group is together English will be the language used, but if enough German or for example Spanish speakers attend we will also arrange for discussion groups in those languages. 

Room and Board

The registration fee which includes lodging, breakfast and the conference room is 115 Euros for a double room and 165 for a single at Cityhostel Berlin. See the venue page or the following link for more info.www.cityhostel-berlin.com/gb/ Participants will pay individually for their lunches and dinners during the conference. We’ve prioritized keeping the conference inexpensive to help make it possible for lots of people to come including young people and readers from economically depressed countries, and so forth). 


We hope you can join us in July for this inspiring event! 

Esa Irri, Mike MacIsaac, Clemens Trauzettel, and Samantha Nior (among others who have helped and/or will help make this an awesome conference)