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7 March 2018, Arusha, Tanzania: On 7 March, students of GETI 2018 planted trees as part of a Service Learning day in their study programme. The trees mark a symbol of unity, and of working together for a greener planet, and a sustainable future. In a preceding prayer sessions the students all raised their hands into the air, becoming a symbolic forest, part of the planet and the ecosystems of the Earth. From 5-13 March 2018, the World Council of Churches organizes a Global Ecumenical Theological Institute (GETI) in Arusha, Tanzania, themed "Translating the Word, Transforming the World". The GETI brings together young theologians from around the world for an intense academic study course in Ecumenical Missiology. GETI 2018 takes place in connection with the Conference on World Mission and Evangelism, also organized in Arusha, Tanzania.
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