26 March, 2019
Tuesday 7:45 pm - Tuesday 9:15 pm

OMF Ballymoney Evening

We hope you can join us for another night of hearing stories of how the Lord is at work amongst East Asians. This year our focus will be on the Philippines, Taiwan and Chinese and Japanese students in Ireland.

Trinity Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney, County Antrim

6 April, 2019
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 2:30 pm

Kingdom – Facing The Unfinished Task

Listen and be challenged by speaker George Verwer, founder of Operation Mobilisation (OM), as we think about how both the global and local church serves God’s mission.

How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!’” – Romans 10:14-15 (NIV)

In partnership with WEC, Operation Mobilisation, and YWAM Cymru/Wales.


Additional Information

There will be a children’s program run by the WEC Youth Team for children aged 5-11. The children’s program will run from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm. Registration will be essential as there is limited places available. Please contact the WEC Youth Team for registration.


There is limited parking at the church. If local, please use public transport. There will be a bring-and-share lunch afterwards with the opportunity to enjoy some fellowship.


Contact Information

Paul Harvey

07933 926 721


WEC Youth Team

01244 537 934

Capel y Groes, Wrexham,

10 April, 2019
Wednesday 7:45 pm - Wednesday 9:30 pm

Mission Matters: Open evening and missions fair

Cornerstone Church’s Mission Matters group is holding an Open Evening and Mission Fair. Come and find out about the diverse ways mission is carried out today.

There will be speakers on Medical Mission, Serving as Professionals, and Short Term opportunities for all. A chance to pray for mission across the world and talk with representatives of 10+ agencies.

OMF UK North Area Representative Gerard Charles will be sharing at this event.


For More Information

0115 9588 711

Cornerstone Church, Nottingham,

12 April, 2019 - 14 April, 2019
Friday 8:00 pm - Sunday 2:30 pm

NextGen: Ireland Weekend 2019

And then they will know I am Lord…

Crawfordsburn Scout Centre, Bangor,

13 April, 2019
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 1:00 pm

Never A Dull Moment - Lives In Mission

Becoming dependant on God is vital in life and in missions.

God’s Word is there to equip us to become fishers of men.

Come and hear from missionaries about reaching out to the people of Asia spread around the world, and a little closer to home.

Find out how you can be involved.



Tim Walker – Reaching the Asian population in the UK.

Guido Braschi – New Horizons.

Tim Jenkins – The Biblical basis for mission.


There will be a fish and chips lunch provided afterwards with the opportunity to enjoy some fellowship.


For More Information

Tim Jenkins

07557 237 039


Jon Davis
01263 576 524

East Runton Methodist Church, East Runton,

27 April, 2019
Saturday 9:00 am - Saturday 11:00 am

Belfast Breakfast Event

We would like to invite you to join us for our annual OMF Belfast Breakfast event. Following a light breakfast we will be hearing about how God is at work in his world, and also about the radical changes in thinking about and approaches to mission that are taking place.

We hope you will be able to join us to be further equipped, as individuals and members of churches, to navigate the great challenges and opportunities before today as Christ’s witnesses.



John Baxter-Brown – John is Chief Executive Officer of Global Connections. John has worked throughout the world, both engaged in and researching mission in different contexts. He has spoken in schools, pubs and clubs, universities, colleges, youth groups, street corners and churches as an evangelist and teacher in his work for local churches through to global Christian bodies.

Linda McFerran – Linda has spent the last 3 decades sharing her life and faith with the vulnerable, abandoned and marginalised of Taiwan’s working classes… and is now seeking to do the same as a member of Woodvale Presbyterian Church in North Belfast.

Rob Thomas –  a veteran missionary serving in Japan who will be sharing insights into Kingdom building in Japan and lessons might apply here.


The suggested donation to cover the costs of the event is £7.50 and can be paid on the day.


For More Information

Nathaniel Jennings

07935 453 864

Park Avenue Hotel, Belfast,

27 April, 2019
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 3:00 pm

Modern Samurai

Learn and pray with us for revival in Japan and for many to come to faith in Jesus. Let’s pray together for new workers and for growth and unity of the Japanese Church.

You will have the chance to ask questions and interact with the speakers and share your heart with like-minded people seeking God’s will for their lives.

Join us and be immersed in a day full of new cultural experiences.



Chris Pain – Chris will be sharing about the spiritual needs of this fascinating country and his experiences of reaching out to commuters as well as his ministry as Field Leader of OMF Japan. 

Levi Booth – Levi left the UK behind to share Christ with young people in Yokohama, Japan, using his love of frisbee as a way to reach out to the Japanese youth.

Meg (Serve Asia Worker) – She has a passion to see families reconciled and walking in the love of Christ.


There will be a traditional Japanese Lunch provided afterwards and a Karaoke Competition for a time to enjoy some fellowship.


For More Information

Angelo Lebrato
07402 873 654

All Souls Clubhouse, London,

3 May, 2019 - 5 May, 2019
Friday 6:00 pm - Sunday 1:30 pm

Scotland Conference 2019: In All Its Fullness

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What does it mean for the people of God to communicate the good news of Jesus in all of its fullness? Is it only about proclamation or is there space for demonstration of this new life in Christ? We would like to invite you to join with us as we consider how the gospel crosses barriers through a variety of ways in the context of East Asia. Over the weekend there will be time spent hearing from the book of Acts and there will be opportunities to hear from people involved in cross-cultural ministry. We look forward to seeing you there.

Windmill Centre, Arbroath, Arbroath,

4 May, 2019
Saturday 11:00 am - Saturday 4:00 pm

Christian China Focus May Meeting

The Christian China Focus (CCF) group was established in the 1960’s when China was closed to all outside influence. It was formed, not only to pray for China, but also to study what was happening in China and to prepare should it become possible to share the Gospel there again.

The CCF continues to seek to understand what is happening in China in order to pray effectively for the church there. It also seeks to motivate others to serve and bless the people of China and overseas Chinese in this country.

The program will include speakers with experience of China as well as analysis of changes currently happening in the country. There is a lunch break during the day and food is available from the university cafeteria. There is no charge but there will be an opportunity to make a donation towards the cost of hiring the venue.

For More Information
Maureen Wong
02083 615 486

Regent’s University Conference Centre, London,

11 May, 2019
Saturday 10:30 am - Saturday 1:00 pm

Mission Over There - And Over Here?

Hear from folk working with East Asians in the UK and in East Asia. Also a guest speaker from a very interesting country!

Join us to hear about reaching East Asians in your locality and overseas. How will you be involved?



Andrew – Serving in an interesting country in East Asia.

Chris & Kesia – Helping the church in Japan pioneer new ministries and building for the next generation.

Roger – Working with Japanese students in Cambridge.

Paul & Ruth – Working in businesses in Japan.


For More Information

Tim Jenkins

07557 237 039

Christ Church Trumpington, Cambridge,

12 May, 2019
Sunday 10:30 am - Sunday 1:00 pm

Mission In Mind - Living wholeheartedly for God

Whoever we are and wherever we are called to serve God, He wants us to be wholehearted in living for Him. In fact, He delights in using ordinary people to build His forever Kingdom.

We’ll look at how God enables us to serve Him and why it is worth it. We’ll also think about how we can be involved in taking the Good News to the ends of the earth, even without leaving home.



Chris Pain – as the Field Director for OMF Japan, he’ll share some stories of how God is at work in Japan, home to the second largest unreached people group in the world.


There will be a bring and share lunch afterwards for the opportunity to enjoy some fellowship.


For More Information

Tim Jenkins
07557 237 039

St John’s, Bury Saint Edmunds,