FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions.
Here are some common questions about PWC2025.

What is PWC?

The Pentecostal World Conference (PWC) is a triennial celebration that gathers the global Pentecostal family together. The first conference for Pentecostal leaders was organized in 1947 in Zürich. The upcoming PWC scheduled to be held in Finland at the Helsinki Ice Hall from June 4th to 7th, 2025, marks the 27th Pentecostal World Conference.

Who is this conference for?

The Pentecostal World Conference is intended for Pentecostal and Spirit-filled leaders as well as laypeople from around the world.

Where will the conference take place?

The venue for the PWC is the Helsinki Ice Hall, located at Nordenskiöldinkatu 11-13, Helsinki, Finland.

What is the conference schedule?

The conference will be held from June 4th to 7th, 2025 and will consist of two parts. The Go & Make! Conference spans the first three days, followed by The Send event on June 7th, primarily targeted towards youth and young adults.

You can find more details about the conference schedule here. Please note that the agenda is subject to change.

What is the cost of a ticket?

Tickets are most affordable when purchased well in advance. For the Go & Make! Conference on June 4-6, the Early Bird price is 99 €, regular price is 139 €, and late registration fee is 179 €.

The ticket to The Send event on June 7th is sold separately for 45 €.

Please note that a small fee for ticket delivery and payment costs are added to all tickets.

What does the ticket cost include?

The ticket includes access to the conference and program materials.

Are any meals included in my ticket?

Meals are not included in the ticket price. However, lunch & coffee package is available for a separate purchase. It includes the following: 

  • Coffee & pastry (Wed at 16:30) 
  • Hot lunch, Salad bar & Coffee (Thu at 13:00) 
  • Coffee & pastry (Thu at 16:30) 
  • Hot lunch, Salad bar & Coffee (Fri at 13:00) 
  • Coffee & pastry (Fri at 16:30) 

 

We recommend pre-purchasing a lunch package to maximize your conference experience and to network with others during the lunch and coffee breaks.  

 

Additionally, there are street food stalls in the Helsinki Ice Hall where you can purchase food and snacks. Be prepared to wait in line. 

What payment methods do you offer?

Accepted payment methods include debit and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), plus all Finnish online banks, Mobile Pay and Apple Pay. 

When will I receive my ticket?

After purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email with a digital ticket link. Please note that the ticket will be emailed to the same email address you used when booking your ticket. 

What is the cancellation policy?

Unfortunately, we are unable to refunds tickets purchased for this conference. However, if you are unable to attend, you may transfer your ticket to another person. 

You may wish to ensure you have sufficient travel insurance in case of cancellation. 

Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?

Yes, you can transfer your ticket to another person if you are unable to attend. Please contact the conference office to arrange the transfer: info@pwc2025.fi

Are special hotel rates available?

Specially priced hotel rooms are listed in here. Please use the conference booking code when reserving a room. We recommend booking the hotel well in advance, as only a limited number of rooms have been reserved for the conference, and summer is high season in Helsinki. 

Is public transportation available?

We recommend using public transport. You can reach the “Helsinki Ice Hall” from the centre of Helsinki by either bus or tram. Travel time from the centre is typically about 15 minutes. 

Tram lines 4 and 10 depart from “Mannerheimintie” in front of “Lasipalatsi” every 1-5 minutes. The tram route runs along “Mannerheimintie”, and passengers heading to Helsinki Ice Hall should get off at the “Kansaneläkelaitos” stop, which is about a 400-metre walk to the Ice Hall. 

Several bus routes departing from Helsinki city centre at “Elielinaukio” also travel along “Mannerheimintie” road. The bus stop located at “Kansaneläkelaitos “ is about a 500-metre walk to the Helsinki Ice Hall. Bus line 69 takes you from “Elielinaukio” to the bus stop on “Nordenskiöldinkatu” which is directly in front of the Helsinki Ice Hall. 

More detailed information, timetables, and routing options can be accessed via the HSL website at (https://www.hsl.fi/en). 

Please download the HSL App, which will enable you to view all public transport schedules and purchase tickets. You can also buy a ticket from an automated ticket machine or a sales point, but by far the easiest and most convenient option is through the HSL app. Please note that you’ll need an AB zone ticket when traveling from downtown Helsinki to the Ice Hall.

How do I get to the city center from the airport?

Traveling by train is easy and convenient. Helsinki Airport’s train station is located beneath the terminal, with direct elevator and escalator connections from both the departure and arrival halls. The local I and P trains operate to and from the Helsinki Airport. A train ride to Helsinki City Centre takes about 30 minutes. 

Local train tickets can be purchased from the HSL mobile app or from the automated ticket machine located at the train platform. Timetables, tickets, and fares for local trains can be found on theHSL website or within the app. You will need an ABC zone ticket for travel to Helsinki City Centre. Other options can be found here: (https://www.finavia.fi/en/airports/helsinki-airport)

Will there be parking available?

The Helsinki Ice Hall has a paid parking area, accessible via “Pohjoinen Stadiontie”. Please note that parking space is limited.

In what language is the program held?

The conference language is English, with interpretation services available in Finnish, Swedish, German, and Spanish. 

Please note that there is a technical capability to arrange translation services for other language groups as well. 

Bring along a translator who translates to your language from English.

What information is available regarding accessibility?

Most walkways in the Helsinki Ice Hall are fully accessible. Wheelchair seating is also available on the ground floor and accessible through the main doors. There are also parking spaces near the main entrance for those with accessibility needs, with direct access to the entrances.

Are there group prices available?

For those coming as a group, we recommend you take advantage of the special Early Bird pricing. If you reserve tickets for your group before August 31st, you will receive the best available pricing. Unfortunately, there is no special group pricing available. 

Can I sponsor or exhibit at Go & Make! conference?

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For any other questions, please write us at info@pwc2025.fi or call us on +358 10 299 8323

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