France

Short-term Outreach Coordinating Team Member

France, rich in culture, yet spiritually poor, has less than 1% evangelical Christians.  Regular outreaches are one way of encouraging others to come and reach the many who haven't heard of Jesus Christ.

Come be part of a team organising short-term outreaches for international participants in France.  Connect with church groups, other OM offices & French churches. 

As well as carrying out the tasks above, you will benefit from our 1 and 2 year mentoring and discipleship programme.

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Requirements

- Be reasonably fluent in French. Willingness to learn French if you don't speak it already.

- Have a passion for seeing foreign Christians come to win souls for the Lord in France.

- Be willing to travel.

- Have organisational skills.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2-3 Years

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 France

Stories from France

Mission trip to France, better than Chanel perfume! OM Transform

Transform mission conference one year, outreach team in France the following year, the sisters from Mexico are eager to share the love of Christ, realising the audience was different from what they expected.

Sharing God's love through literacy

"At the end of the class, over tea and mini-cakes, we take time to get to know them, to help them with administrative tasks or to discuss Bible stories," shares Louise.

« Project Rahab » in Paris

Begun in 2009 in Nantes under the name “Project Rahab”, the ministry among female victims of human trafficking also has a team based in Paris.

TRANSFORM 2018

In France, a team was sent to Cantal and another to Bruay-la-Buissière in northern France.

Teenstreet: a congress for young people – but not just for them!

From July 28th to August 4th, 3,271 participants (including 1,832 teenagers), came together in Germany for the Teenstreet conference organised by OM. Jean-Crépin who is 40 shares what it was like.

GPS as a guide

“Lost in wonder at His greatness, I marvelled at the beauty of God’s creation as the car wound its way down a narrow country lane. Then I suddenly realised that not ONLY was I lost in wonder, I was also lost altogether! How had it all gone wrong?” thought Paul. “No satnav! It’s not that I didn’t have one in the car, it’s just that I chose not to use it. And that got me thinking about how similar, in some ways, a satnav is to the Bible!”