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Xenos-Team: Team Member for Church Planting

Working among Migrants in Germany is our passion. Will it also be yours?

Imagine yourself reaching out to a multi-cultural city in the southern part of Germany, meetings kids and youths and all kind of people, enjoying a cup of tea and chats in different languages, running a Tea-House, helping migrants with German bureaucracy, sharing your life, investing your gifts and talents for planting a church and much more…

 

Germany Town

Germany
Pay Structure
Raising Support
Commitment Length
1-2 Years
Information & Requirements

You need to have
– a passion for migrants
– German and other languages in practice or you are ready to learn
– initiative
– experience in helping others to know Christ or get to know him

You should be
– looking for a challenge in Germany
– a team player
– relational
– creative
– interested in other cultures

These kind of gifts or interests may be of help:
– playing music
– leading a house group
– sports
– arts
– languages

Jobs from Germany

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