EYPC 2022
Frequently Asked Questions


The Conference begins on Saturday, 31 July with dinner at 17:45 and the first message at 18:45.

The Conference ends on Saturday, 6 August at 13:00 after lunch.

Check-in for the Conference will be on Lord’s Day, 31 July.

The topic for the 2022 European Young People’s Conference is The Secret of the Reigning Life of Joseph.

The deadline to register for this year’s Conference is Monday, 20 June 2022 at 23:59 UTC

After registration officially closes, there will be a fee for late registrations as well as for cancellations after 4 July (see price list). After 24 July, there will not be any refunds for  cancellations.

The deadline to submit all payments for the Conference is Monday, 4 July 2022.

Please email registration@ypconference.eu if there are any situations requiring fellowship.

The European Young People’s Conference is intended for young people who are 13-19 years old.

Registrants who are 20-22 years old can come as helpers.

Registrants who are 23+ years old can come as serving ones with the young people and those who are 20+ years old as practical serving ones.

  • Helpers must be 20-22 years old.
  • Practical serving ones must be 20+ years old.
  • Serving ones must be 23+ years old.

Pursuant to the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 25 March 2022 on establishing specific restrictions, orders, and prohibitions in relation to the state of epidemic (Polish Journal of Laws, item 673), from 28 March 2022 onwards, all restrictions on travel to the Republic of Poland are lifted, which means there is no obligation to:

– present COVID certificates when crossing the border;

– test for SARS-CoV-2;

– undergo the so-called entry quarantine.


Yes, at an additional cost (see price list). This can be indicated on your registration form.

Please see the Transportation FAQs regarding when the Conference is able to provide transportation. Please remember to indicate on your registration form if you would like to request transportation arranged by the Conference.

This is a young people’s conference, and this time is intended for those who are 13-19 years old

As the European Parent’s and Children’s Conference will NOT be held in conjunction with the European Young People’s Conference and will be held online this year, there will NOT be any arrangements provided for children (e.g., children’s meetings). 

Practical serving ones may bring their children if needed (please register them through the registration form); otherwise, you will need to make your own arrangements for accommodations and transportation.

Please note that there is limited space in the village as well as in the Conference tents if you plan to come as a visitor.

  • Bible
  • Hymnal
  • Writing utensil(s) for taking notes
  • Prescription medication (e.g., inhaler, EpiPen, etc.)
  • Proper Conference and activity attire
  • Light sweater/jacket
  • Toiletries
  • Raincoat/poncho/umbrella
  • Spending money for contingencies

Note: This list is not meant to be all-inclusive.

Here is an example of some of the activities you can expect to participate in during a day at the Conference:

  • Rise
  • Morning Revival
  • Breakfast
  • Morning Message
  • Lunch
  • Scheduled Team Activities / Hike
  • Rest
  • Dinner
  • Evening Message
  • Group Time
  • Lights Out

Clothing worn during the Conference should be proper and modest:

For the meetings:

  • Sisters – a skirt/dress that is long enough to cover the knee when sitting down
  • Brothers – a shirt with a collar
  • Shorts may NOT be worn in the meetings

For activity times:

  • Loose-fitting trousers/tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt that covers the shoulders
  • No short shorts should be worn at any time

Not permitted at any time:

  • Clothing with improper pictures, logos, or symbols
  • Revealing tops or tops that expose the midriff or back
  • Low-rise jeans or trousers cut low on the hip
  • Brothers are not permitted to wear earrings or studs, including while travelling to and from the Conference

The use of phones and other electronic items is not permitted–they must be stored away out of sight and not used. If they are seen, the serving one must take them away. You should bring a physical Bible and hymnal for use in the meetings and a camera for taking photos.

Serving ones and helpers are requested to keep their phones on them for emergency-use only, and practical serving ones may have their phones on them to stay in coordination with their service teams throughout the course of the Conference.