Neuapostolische Kirche - 21. bis 24. Mai 2009 in Düsseldorf
News added 04/07/2009
"Stragglers" can still register
The organisers have announced that the youth can continue to register up to the 21st of May 2009, the starting date of the European Youth Day. In the past weeks the staff of the planning group has continued to receive requests concerning the possibility to make delayed registrations.
“Many of the youth have only just found out that they will be free for the May weekend,” explained Apostle Franz-Wilhelm Otten. For example, the youngsters who are taking school examinations. “They have gained the impression that further registrations are no longer possible. We want to give every youngster the chance to decide at short notice and to be amongst us at Düsseldorf.”
Registration for latecomers
Latecomers may continue to register through the EJOS system under the website www.ejt2009.eu. It is necessary that the youth register as a new group. The existing groups cannot be changed, as their sleeping locations have been allocated.
Also, those who now register for the EYD will first receive their participants’ passes on their arrival day when reporting in at the Messe (exhibition centre) Düsseldorf, in the area of the North entrance.
The youth are invited with their friends and guests
All young people up to the age of 30 (including married couples) are invited to the European Youth Day. Sleeping spaces are still available in the exhibition halls for those seeking accommodation.
An exception to this is the minors. They may not form independent groups on legal grounds. On request, however, these youngsters may be added to existing groups. (E-mail to a n t r ag . e j o s @ e j t 2 0 0 9 . e u).
“We welcome everyone”
“We welcome everyone who still registers,” said Apostle Otten, business manager of the EJT 2009 Düsseldorf gGmbH.
Important information for all participants of the European Youth Day can be found in the bulletin on the website www.ejt2009.eu, which can be downloaded. The information there will continue to be updated. At the beginning of May, the Guide containing the programme will also be available for downloading.