Sweden

Local Church Planter

We are looking for pioneer church planters who will move into areas with high percentages of immigrants from unreached people groups, and focus on planting vibrant communities of Jesus followers. We have a presence in three areas of Sweden where a high percentage of the population were either born outside of Sweden or have parents who were born outside of Sweden.  They live in Sweden but, social, cultural and linguistic barriers prevent them from hearing the gospel in a way they understand.

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Requirements

We are looking for self-motivated and innovative pioneers with a long-term commitment to church planting.  You will be living in multi-cultural communities where you will be expected to have an open home and a habit of giving and receiving hospitality.  It’s all about relationship, so an open heart for people and the ability to mix with different cultures is a requirement.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2 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 Sweden

Stories from Sweden

Sin parar

En medio de eventos cancelados y viajes misioneros, el equipo en Suecia encuentra nuevas formas de compartir el evangelio en línea.

No stopping!

Amidst cancelled events and mission trips, the team in Sweden finds new ways to share the gospel online.

Value, vision and vocation

Once Jackie began to understand God’s love and let Him guide her life, she wanted to help others to grow in faith and find their place to serve.

Bold, Somali believers

Young Somali believers take bold risks in sharing their faith with their families and community.

A Bypass to the heart

Hanna has been working with OM Sweden since 2011, sharing the love of God with those involved in New Age and alternative spirituality.

Learning to love each other

Paul and Vivienne, volunteers from the UK, recently visited a centre for asylum seekers in one of Sweden’s large cities and share about their experiences.