We desire to see new fellowships emerge in cities where there currently is none
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to hear the good news of Jesus Christ, whether that is face-to-face or through digital platforms and are committed to living out our faith among our neighbours and inviting people to love and follow Jesus!
Each of our UK teams provides a local context in which to serve our locality, share our faith and provide a place for personal support and accountability.
A family from Brazil feel called to work in Kurdistan. They have been discipled by another couple from Brazil who are now living in the UK. The city in which they live has a large Kurdish population.
As part of their preparation and practical training, the family from Brazil are spending a year in the UK getting to know Kurdish neighbours and are working with a local church community as a first step towards their longer-term goal. It has been helpful for them to take this first step as missionaries whilst being supported practically and with the wisdom of others around them as they engage in language learning and adapting to a very different culture a long way from home.
Who do we serve in United Kingdom?
We live in a time where there is greater global migration than at any previous point in history. In the last decade, we have seen increasing numbers of refugees and asylum seekers arrive on our shores. God is bringing the nations to our doorstep and we want to put out a welcome mat for them! Our teams are finding many opportunities to embrace those who arrive from other countries and to equip others to do the same. Maybe you could join them and become part of writing the next chapter of our story!
How do we serve?
Our cross-cultural experience and expertise means that we are able to relate to those coming from other cultures and help them adapt to life in the UK. Practically this looks like loving them, listening to them, spending time with them and befriending them whilst at the same time receiving the incredible gifts they bring into our lives.
What is our vision for United Kingdom?
In line with our international vision, our future ministry will include the wellbeing and strengthening of those who are already playing their part, welcoming others and seeing the transformation of every sphere of society around us as we join with God’s mission to ‘make all things new’.
Ways to Serve:
Administration, Art Gallery Management, Church Planting, Communications, English Language Teaching, Evangelism & Discipleship, Hospitality, Refugee Ministry, Visual Arts and Crafts.
What skills are needed?
We have lots of visionaries and praying people but very few implementors and those who are gifted in administration. There is lots of room for people in our support ministries hub, a chief operating officer, those who can process visas, arrange short-term placements and trips, have safeguarding expertise and are proficient in digital communications.