Refugee centre work

A project in Athens needs female English teachers or assistants, as well as nursery workers and a cook. Can you help?

Refugee camp ministry and discipleship

Christian Outreach Refugee Network (CORN) works across refugee camps and with local communities. CORN’s trained volunteers are involved in all aspects of refugee work, as well as holding regular Bible studies with Afghans, Iranians and Kurds. Further opportunities exist for ministry amongst women and children. They are looking for people who are dedicated, flexible in ministry … Read more …

Cross-cultural ministry team members

Team members are sought for a church-based project in Amsterdam; looking for people who can serve cross-culturally in discipleship, children’s & youth ministry, music, pastoral care or evangelism.

Drop-in centre women’s and children’s workers

A women’s clinic has been set up just outside the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos, with a drop-in day centre. Faithful, compassionate volunteers are needed to help run the centre, providing for women’s and children’s needs. Either English or Greek skills would be very useful, and the willingness to learn basic Arabic or Farsi.

Church and outreach work

Help build bridges between the local Italian and migrant communities, get involved in church planting and organise camps for women and children’s ministry

Ministry Assist Programme

Learn how to engage in respectful, Christ-honouring inter-faith dialogue whilst experiencing Islamic culture in the UK

Community Centre Worker

Christian-run community centres are hubs where people can find not only practical help and a sense of belonging but also start to discover more about Jesus Christ. Become part of a team serving refugees and the local population in north-eastern Germany and planning towards a new church plant.

Youth workers

Are you enthusiastic about sport, music or drama and good at building relationships with young people?  Join an evangelical church in the town of Budrio which is providing safe, fun activities for young asylum-seekers and taking opportunities to share gospel hope with teenagers who have likely never heard it before