United Kingdom

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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Requirements

· A desire to use your skills for the Gospel
· Good organizational and administrative skills
· Good level of English
· Has experience working alongside international cross cultural teams.
· Enjoys meeting the needs of others with a servant heart
· Loves people and prays 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.

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Creative connections

OM worker Janice uses art to create conversations about the gospel on the streets of England.

Serving on the street of Arabs

Long-term worker sees fresh stirrings of faith among Muslim communities in the UK.

Reaching Turks in the UK

Working among the UK's Turkish-speaking communities, an OM worker is witnessing lives being transformed.

Launching MDT UK

An interview with the leaders of MDT UK, an exciting new training programme in Birmingham and London.

Working together in the United Kingdom

Editor Kris speaks to Andrew Berry about the opportunities that exist among least-reached communities across the British Isles.

Kids 'n' Things share the Good News with Children in UK

OM's ministry in the UK brings children to hear about Jesus in primary schools with shows and holiday clubs at Christmas and Easter in particular, and has done so for the last 20+ years.