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What is Sprachcamp?

Sprachcamp is a Christian based summer camp held in East Germany every year. It was founded in 2003 by a pastor from California. His vision was to create a camp where local youth can improve their English and learn about Jesus Christ. Every year about 20 Americans fly over to Germany to serve anlong with the German staff. It is an awesome week to be together with other amazing people to have fun and share great experiences. There are crazy games, an awesome band, and fun activities. Most friendships you make here will last a lifetime. Aside from the crazy games and learning English we are serious about Jesus Christ and the power that comes from a personal relationship with him. We love to display Jesus Christ throughout camp to the students.

You can be a part of Sprachcamp this year. We need people like you to make Sprachcamp happen every year. And there are many different opportunities to help whether big or small. If you’re interested in volunteering or donating please contact us.

The next Sprachcamp will be from July 13th to 20th in Ruppersdorf, Germany. We hope to see you at Camp and we’re 100% sure we’ll have an awesome week together! We love to get to know you!

Jesus is actively moving in the lives of German teenagers. The way that God etches His heart into the life of every student, every story, and every culture, is truly incredible. There is a powerful and life-transformative way I encountered the heart of God at Sprachcamp through my years serving there. My heart cries out to see every student come to joyful life and powerful freedom in knowing Jesus in a tangible way, and Sprachcamp has faithfully served and lived out this call for over a decade. I’ve met lifelong friends, and feel like I have a lifelong home in Eastern Germany because of my years at Sprachcamp. Come and encounter Jesus in a new way here, come serve with your heart abandoned & laid out before Jesus—the harvest is ready and the workers are few, but oh friends it’s so worth it.

Jocelyn Chung, California