2017 General Assembly

GA_2017_flier_pdf.pngOur next General Assembly will be 26-28 October 2017 in Athens. The main topic of the plenary sessions will be, as requested by many of our member schools, Character Education and Theological Education.

Please come prepared to engage with this probing topic. A team of experienced individuals from the EEAA network and council will facilitate our meetings and discussions. A number of seminars on other topics of relevance will also be held.

Given the importance of the strategic decisions that we need to make alongside changes in our EEAA Statutes and By-laws, it is important that all EEAA schools be represented in Athens. Please click here to download the GA 2017 flier and Programme

Note that to reserve, you must both:

  1. Register with the EEAA using the form below. You will be invoiced by the EEAA for your registration fee, and shuttle and tour should you request these.
  2. Book your hotel using Hotel Mare Nostrum booking form. Please notice that you must book and pay the hotel independently, as the EEAA is not handling hotel reservations.

We will be hosted this year by the Greek Bible College See map below for location (you will find travel details and shuttle arrangements on the Invitation Flier and Registration Form).  Note that as the first plenary is at 16.00 on Thursday, you should make travel arrangements to arrive no later than 13.00 in Athens.


Feel free to use the “Discussion” box at the bottom of this page to ask any questions.  Updates and important notices will be posted on this website (click on the “Follow Blog by Email” button in the menu to receive updates automatically by email).

Please use the form below to register for the General Assembly.   You may also contact the EEAA Coordinator by email: office(at)eeaa.eu. ———————

Registration form



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