Learning from the monastics - for a post-covid 19 world.
An outstanding team of trainers and lecturers
you won’t find another program with a staff that’s quite as experienced and diversified as ours is, coming from all walks of life: Start-Up pioneers, Pastors, Senior Managers, Special Forces, Movement Leaders, Catholic monks, Musicians and many others.
3 weeks pilgrimage across Europe
And for fun, you’ll get an
initiation in Archery
a challenging endurance event in the Swiss Alps; during 48 hours participants are confronted with significant physical and psychological challenges. It’s a personality training, aiming to help you evaluate who you are and find a purpose worth living for.
Getting to know several New Monastic Communities across Europe.
In a nutshell:
It’s an extraordinary adventure built on
solid lectures, personal challenges, team experiences and Faith.
Application for European Round Table is open
Meet the team:
In the upcoming months you have several possibilities to meet the team:
... other than that: Please drop us a note or come and visit us in Switzerland.
Objectives of the journey
Pioneering New Monastic Communities. Encouraging, training, coaching and sending groups of young people to plant kingdom families and 24-7 new monastic communities (intentional communities) in a European context. Sending out new members of the OMS (Urban Monks). Encouraging young people to discover their own calling to join the Order of the Mustard Seed and to coach them along their way in order to live their life as an Urban Monk.
The cost of the journey is: Annual fee of EUR 1600.- (or CHF 1900.-) for singles and EUR 2500 (CHF 3000) for couples. To be paid upfront, before the study year begins If you have any issues concerning money, please contact us The fee includes: Costs of education (Lectures, skype sessions) Accommodation expenses (full board) for the on-site modules Travel and food supplies during ENDURO48 (Outdoor module) Costs for Round Table Certificates Excluded are: Travel expenses to on-site modules, 24-7 Gatherings and the New Monastic Round Table Costs for 24-7 Gatherings Expenses during Pilgrimage Expenses for books
The training is given by experienced leaders in their fields. See also team.
Missio Dei, Kingdom of God (Intention, Covenant, Scope), Kingdom values and ethics, counter cultural, contextualization, Narrative theology, Storytelling, parables, symbols, biblical revelation via stories of life)
Shift in values and how to engage with our society; individualization, secularization, materialism)
Creativity, Innovation, out of the box, flow, God is The Creator)
Building and leading communities, team phases, team processes, team roles
A view on radicals and radical movements (from Desert Fathers to Waldenses and Moravians)
Cultivating Solitude as a Place to Rest in God; Solitude as a Furnace of Transformation, prayer, What's your calling? Bivocational ministry?)
A certificated is handed over to you.
The Adventure 300 is seen as the start of a life-long learning process.
That’s why A300 alumni have the opportunity to return to campus every year to take electives and to join the yearly Round Table, a best practice meeting between New Monastic Communities across Europe.
The Round table is hold in Switzerland for the time being. Join the growing movement of new monastic communities in Europe.
Share and learn from/with others.
YEARLY ROUNDTABLE / APPLICATIONS
The next roundtable takes place:
August 27-29th, 2021Stay tuned. See the Website for the information.
The “Adventure of 300” is organized within the 24-7prayer Switzerland and 24-7prayer International framework.
The main contributors are active members of 24-7prayer Switzerland living in the Manorhouse Community Steffisburg and Stadtkloster Community Thun.
On this journey you will be trained by professionals in their releveant area. We will have a variety of different teachers from age, life experience, cultural and theological background. All handpicked by the Adventure300 Team and fully commited to invest in you.
See our "Spiritual Practice" series by Les Martin
- Lament as a Spiritual Practice
- Fasting as a Spiritual Practice
Adventure of the 300