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Missionary work

  1. Sports Evangelism Trainer and Promoter

    ‘Ready Set Go’ is an exciting new resource to help the church use sports to engage with their local community.  We are looking for someone to receive training and take this material into churches, equipping them on how to use it; someone to help launch this new initiative. If you enjoy participating in sports and enjoy pioneering new initiatives, we would love to speak with you!

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  2. Children’s Worker Turkish Community

    Do you have a heart for children?  Do you want to get to know them, share the Gospel and disciple them?    You will work with an existing team in a pioneering Turkish language church in London. You will be part of providing a church community that cares for the spiritual needs of the Turkish speakers who live there.

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  3. Birmingham Team Mission Worker (portfolio)

    Does any of this describe you? You have a passion for cities and the plethora of openings for the Gospel? You have skills to reach the least reached? Are you qualified to teach English? Can you organise outreach to the marginalised? Do you have maintenance or hospitality skills that could be used in our large building? Maybe you are a gifted content writer? If so, you could work with our OM team and local mission partners to see vibrant communities formed among the least reached in Birmingham.

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    Youth Worker

    Young people today are searching for what is real and what works in their lives. They are moving from childhood to adulthood. Some have already started a friendship with Jesus but lack a mentor to disciple them in their relationship with Christ, while others have never heard of Christ. Around the world, there is a tremendous need for full-time youth workers, who have a deep desire to see young people develop in their walk with Jesus. In many circumstances, creativity is needed to find ways to make connections and build relationships with young people.

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