Eastern Europe for Christ (EEFC) is a UK organisation working in Eastern and Central Europe alongside local established churches on a number of projects. If this is your first contact with EEFC we hope this site will provide you with helpful information.
EEFC is perhaps best known to most of its supporters for the works of its summer camps. For some, this may be the only area of the work they are aware of. However EEFC's remit runs far wider than this, providing humanitarian aid, Christian literature and funding assistance to Eastern and Central Europe.
EEFC's network of contacts has also enabled us to send people our to eastern and Central Europe to work as teachers, physiotherapists, social workers, builders or in many other roles. We have also been able to fund several individuals coming over to the UK to study at the Free Church College in Edinburgh. While the Free Church College has always been very co-operative in this area, and provides a rigorous and reverent environment in which to study theology, EEFC would be glad to consider opportunities that might present themselves in other Reformed institutions.
European Conference - More details to follow
Camp training day
The council of the EEFC is made up of a group voluntary individuals who are passionate about sharing the Gospel and teaching English. Most of the council have been leading camps in Eastern Europe for many years, therefore, they understand the value and importance of these camps. They have witnessed the impact the Gospel message can have as they have seen children who were campers in the past, go on to be leaders of the camps. Please pray for the members of the council as they seek to lead this work and plan for the future development of EEFC.
Chairman - Rev. Alec Stewart
Secretary – David Collingwood
Camps Co–coordinator – Sam Thompson
Treasurer - Philip Brown
Council members - Kathleen Rogerson & Aaron Denlinger