For the last 30 years OM’s mission base in Halesowen has focussed on training and cross-cultural urban evangelism. Today, we don’t need to get on an aeroplane to meet the least reached, we have them on our doorstep. Locally we have large populations from Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. We need people who are willing to go to parts of the community where few are going; willing to begin to understand a different language and culture, share the Gospel and disciple new believers.
- Confidence in the power of the gospel to transform lives
- A heart to make disciples
- An interest in people from other cultures and languages and a willingness to engage with them
- Concern to serve the wider community and an openness to partner with a local church
- Willingness to learn
- A gift in communicating your faith
- Ability to speak English
- Experience in sharing God’s love in an urban context (preferred but not essential)
As soon as possible
Rachel* reaches out to Arabs through a Mums and Toddlers group based in her community in England.
Years of consistent Christ-centred community allow an OM worker to develop friendships with Pakistani women and study the Bible with them.
For the Kurdish people, the future is uncertain. But the gospel message that believers want to share with them is one of overwhelming hope.
Short-term workers are inspired to share the good news after experiencing opportunities on outreach in Turkey.
The Friendship Centre is a central hub and meeting place for people from a diverse community in England.
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”.