God is blessing the UK by bringing people from all over the world to our nation. Newfrontiers Churches in the UK are increasingly involved in reaching the nations on our doorstep. Responding to the opportunity to love our neighbours as our self. Activities range from teaching English as a second language to supporting refugees to building relationships with Mosque leaders. As a team we are heavily involved in these and other activities and want to encourage others to be involved and to support and equip those who are active.
Unreached in the UK host 3 forums that meet regularly to share stories and best practice, to pray together and share ideas. One forum is for those involved in teaching English as a foreign language; another is for those working with refugees and a third for church leaders seeking to involve their churches in reaching the nations on their doorstep.
Refugee forum Jubilee+
Has God brought refugees and asylum seekers to your community? We’d love to connect with you to share experience of reaching refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. Please get in touch with jubilee-plus.org/refugee-network to get involved.
The reconciled church initiative
Lead by Owen Hylton, the reconciled church initiative exists to encourage and equip church leaders to build diverse churches.
The Reconciled Church (trchurch.co.uk)
ESOL news and Support
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages? Running an English Conversation Group? Working with refugees, asylum seekers, migrants or international students? Sign up to our ESOL email to receive termly news on using English as mission in the UK, resources and encouraging stories. Rebekah Goff.
ODILS Equip provides support to individuals and churches who are looking for ways to engage with the nations on their doorstep. We offer cross-cultural ministry training through:
- Teaching English Courses (TESOL)
- Setting up ‘Aish’ Conversation Groups
- Discovery Bible Studies
- Volunteering opportunities
- Recommending resources
Get in touch today to begin to reach the nations in your Jerusalem! Rebekah Goff.
You can also check out the page Teaching English for Mission for more advice and resources.