We’re looking for people who think outside of the box, are self-motivated, and eager to engage in urban ministry. Pioneering new ministries in one of the most international cities of the world; partnering with local expressions of church in some of the most socially deprived neighbourhoods. Those from Middle East N Africa are living in tough communities alongside white working class families. If you have a heart to learn through unique opportunities, then urban work in London is a fit for you.
- Willingness to connect meaningfully with diverse people groups in urban estates.
- Passion to explore creative ministry methods
- A heart to encourage and equip new believers and seekers
- A desire to see the local church mobilised into outreach
- A teachable attitude
- Proficient English
As soon as possible
As long as possible
“During our leisurely stroll, we came across a pigpen,” remembers Inger. “No more finely kept grass; it ended where the enclosure began. Beyond the fence, the inhabitants had trampled the turf into deep, moist mud. I commented on the squelchy state of their pen. To my surprise—and slight dismay—my father reached over the fence and started to scratch one of the pigs behind its ears...We watched. The pig appeared to like it.”
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