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Missionary work

  1. Supporting the local church: Mercy Ministries

    OM Greece, in partnership with various local churches and organisations, is involved in reaching out through mercy projects to the poor and needy. These projects offer not only free warm food, access to showers, laundry and clothing, but a chance for people to find welcome, a listening ear, and the message of hope that comes from and through Jesus Christ.  Come and serve as His hands and feet in Athens!

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  2. Business as Ministry

    Use your business skills to support the restoration of lives damaged by abuse and trafficking!  OM Greece supports the work of two non-profit companies seeking to provide employment and training opportunities for women as they readjust to ‘normal’ life.  One challenge is balancing the needs of a ministry to vulnerable people and the requirements of a business that should become sustainable and self supporting. People with knowledge and experience in business management and marketing are needed.

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  3. Qualified Counsellor to Survivors of Trauma

    OM Greece supports various ministries to survivors of human trafficking and prostitution, as well as to refugees, some of whom have experienced deeply traumatic and distressing situations on their journey to Europe.  We are looking for qualified trauma counsellors and psychologists willing to come and serve on the mission field, offering their skills to help these people deal with the effects of what they have faced, in one to one sessions and group settings.

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  4. Administrator

    Across OM, we have a strong need for individuals gifted in administration to aid ministry taking place on the mission field. Those with administrative skills are needed in almost every facet of ministry to ensure that outreaches, meetings and programmes operate with efficiency, and that tasks, paperwork and coordination involved in organising people and events is accomplished with completeness and attention to detail.

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  5. Administrator

    Across OM, we have a strong need for individuals gifted in administration to aid ministry taking place on the mission field. Those with administrative skills are needed in almost every facet of ministry to ensure that outreaches, meetings and programmes operate with efficiency, and that tasks, paperwork and coordination involved in organising people and events is accomplished with completeness and attention to detail.

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  6. Refugee Project Coordinator

    A role for networkers and organisers, to keep communications clear and build up effective ministries to support refugees.

    In serving refugees, OM works both independently and in a supporting role to other organisations and local churches.  We need someone to oversee the threads of these different projects: this role involves building/maintaining relationships with organisations and NGOs involved in work with refugees, and overseeing and managing the work, as well as developing new projects.

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  7. Translator for Recovery Programme, English-Arabic

    One of OM Greece’s partner organisations has a shelter and recovery programme for women who have survived trafficking/exploitation.  A couple of their ladies are native Arabic speakers with no English or Greek.  We are looking for a *female* translator, with experience translating, to help these ladies fully follow the programme.

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  8. Muslim Community Worker

    We’re looking for a mature believer (or believing couple) to serve in a local migrant church and work with refugees who are settling in Athens.  This role is for creative people with good communication skills who can pioneer new projects.

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  9. Sports Ministry

    Sports fields of all kinds are at the centre of every community around the world, filled with people competing and sharing life together. We believe every sports field can become a harvest field for discipleship and generate hope for families and communities through the transforming love of Jesus Christ.

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  10. House parents for a Home for Women

    Live in ‘house parents’ for a home for women who have survived exploitation and have completed ‘phase 1’ of a recovery programme.  By the time they have reached ‘phase 2’, they are a lot more stable and able to be independent, but still benefit from a steady presence in the house.  This is a role of quiet mentoring, ideal for a mature married couple. The project is supported by OM, and run by one of our partners.

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