United Kingdom

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. Do you share our passion to see young people discover who Jesus is and be built up to become men and women who follow Him? Consider joining us on this journey!

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Requirements

You must have:
- A desire to see young people transformed by the Gospel
- Willingness to serve the Turkish language community: Turks, Kurds, Bulgarians, Cypriots
- Knowledge of the culture or eagerness to learn their culture
- Ability to speak at least one of these languages: Turkish or English
- Love for the people and pray for them

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

As long as possible

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Photos from United Kingdom

Stories from United Kingdom

Let there be light

Rachel* reaches out to Arabs through a Mums and Toddlers group based in her community in England.

Not an impossible dream

Years of consistent Christ-centred community allow an OM worker to develop friendships with Pakistani women and study the Bible with them.

Permanent hope for the Kurds

For the Kurdish people, the future is uncertain. But the gospel message that believers want to share with them is one of overwhelming hope.

Prayer and share

Short-term workers are inspired to share the good news after experiencing opportunities on outreach in Turkey.

A light for the neighbours

The Friendship Centre is a central hub and meeting place for people from a diverse community in England.

UK children visit the Wild West

The Kid's 'n' Things team visited two churches to run five-day long holiday clubs, with the theme of “Lionheart and the Great Wild West Adventure”.