Do you have a heart for the Turkish people? Do you want to get to know them, share the Gospel and disciple young believers? You will work with an existing team in a pioneering Turkish language church plant in London. You will be part of providing a church community that cares for the spiritual needs of the Turkish speakers who live there.
- Desire to see people transformed by the Gospel
- Willingness to serve the Turkish language community: Turks, Kurds, Bulgarians, Cypriots
- Know the culture or eagerness to learn their culture
- Speak at least one of these languages: Turkish or English
- Love the people and pray for them
As soon as possible
As long as possible
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