Practical Information

Everything you need to know about Impact the Alps.


Arrival day is on the 27th of July and departure day on the 11th of August.


We will be gathered in Stuttgart, Germany for a week of training. Followed by a week of outreach in different cities of the Alps Region, plus two final days in Innsbruck, Austria.


For participants 14 – 29

Youth leaders may accompany


Impact the Alps will be run in English & German. There will also be translation available in Spanish, Italian and French.

How do I get there?

Check out or google flights for cheap plane tickets. Jesus Revolution will organize transportation from Stuttgart Airport (STR) as well as from Munich Airport (MUC) to the campsite in Stuttgart on arrival 27th of July. You can choose to book transportation during your application process. We will also organize transportation from the campsite in Innsbruck on the 11th of August to Innsbruck Airport (INN), Austria as well as Munich Airport (MUC), Germany on departure (we do not offer transportation from the campsite in Innsbruck to Stuttgart Airport). This travel can also be booked during your application process. If you arrive and depart from any other airport, you need to organize your travel by yourself.
You will receive an email with more detailed information about the venue and place of accommodation after your registration.

When should I arrive & leave?

The program of the Summer Team starts in the evening Saturday 27th of July. Therefore you should arrive in Stuttgart during the morning/afternoon on the day of arrival. The program finishes on the 10th late in the evening. You should therefore depart on the 11th.

Which documents do I need?

Everyone attending the Jesus Revolution Summer Team is responsible for having a valid passport or national identity card. It is also generally recommended to have a travel insurance. If you are under the age of 18, we will need to have written and signed confirmation from your parents that you are under our supervision.

How does the training look like?

During the training week we will have great teaching, workshops and preachings to equip you for the streets. We will teach you how to preach the gospel, share your personal story with Jesus, how to pray for the sick. We'll also challenge you in your gifts, and help you to break every kind of fear of man. It will be a week you will never forget.

How does an outreach look like?

A typical outreach combines “streets meetings” where a group of people perform dances, share testimonies, and preach the gospel, both in a microphone and in 1-1 conversations. People who receive Jesus are connected to local church members.

Which nation will I go to for outreach?

The Alps is an exciting region! We are blessed to serve local churches in many nations. In light of this we will use the following guidelines: People that live in the Alps region will minister in their own nation. People coming from other countries will be assigned to nations. If you have a special connection to a nation you will be able to mention it in the application.

Which countries are included in the Alps region?

During the outreach week, we will spread in groups and go to the different nations. These include Austria, Germany, France, Italy and Switzerland. In all of these nations, through our collaboration with PEF (Pentecostal European Fellowship) we will work in partnership with local churches and national church movements that will host the groups.

Where will we sleep?

During the training days we will stay in Stuttgart and on the outreach days lodging solutions will differ depending on the church and country we go to.