The religious and spiritual activities at the Jamboree will reflect the religious practices in the Danish society and the Danish scout and guide associations, and therefore Christianity will be dominant at the Jamboree. But you can also meet other religions or even chose to do without religion. The goal is that each jamboree participant should have the opportunity to explore his/her own spirituality and meet with others in this process.
Religious services will be held at various hours in the cultural cafes and at the Arena (Wednesday 10am-11am) with the participation of a scout/guide choirs and the Jamboree band. They will show the religious diversity at the Jamboree.
Every day two texts, one being from the Bible, as well as activities and songs will be suggested for the groups’ morning reflection or for whenever it fits into the day’s programme. The material will be distributed at the jamboree, but will also be available at www.jamboreedenmark2012.dk before the Jamboree, but it will not require any particular preparation by leaders.
At the Central Jamboree Square, the meditation area offers free activities in the cathedral or mosque, an opportunity for quiet contemplation or conversation with religious leaders from one of the religions represented at the jamboree. Scouts and guides of all ages can also go on a pilgrimage.