Ukrainian youth crossed the border to Germany to attend the 2022 FSY Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The event was held together with youth in Berlin and Ukraine.
Around 500 young people gathered at KiEZ Waldpark Grünheide in Auerbach, Germany.
The 2022 FSY in Ukraine and Berlin was based on the theme “Confidence in the Eternal” which can be found in the Old Testament, Prov. 3:5-6.
Multinational Church Event
It is not new for youth and YSA in other countries to cross the border and join a church-organized event.
Prior to the Pandemic, Young Single Adults from Japan, Korea, Guam, and Micronesia gathered at Kyonggi University in South Korea for the YSA conference in 2019.
More than 1300 YSA were united on a firm gospel foundation despite differences in language, cultural background, and social status.
What is FSY?
The purpose of FSY conferences is to help youth strengthen their faith in Heavenly Father and in Jesus Christ and His Atonement, and feel joy and belonging as they live the gospel by engaging in inspired learning opportunities and wholesome social experiences.
An FSY conference is based on the yearly Mutual theme and is a balanced five-day programme that includes classes, devotionals, and fun activities.
These are designed to help strengthen faith in Heavenly Father and in Jesus Christ and His Atonement, and provide opportunities for youth to grow spiritually, socially, physically, and intellectually.
It is a full, five-day, overnight programme which begins on Monday morning and concludes early Saturday morning.
Young adults called to serve at FSY ensure the physical safety and promote the spiritual well-being of each participant attending FSY, especially the participants in the counsellor’s assigned group.
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