Events

Date/Time

Event

22 February, 2020
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 4:00 pm

Ireland NextGen - My Place in God's Purposes

We would love you to join us for a day of worship, Bible teaching, stories from East Asia and exploring together how we are to live as counter-cultural disciples of Jesus in the times and places he has placed us.

Price: £10 (including lunch)

You can book online here.

For more information:
james_mcclure@outlook.com
nathaniel.jennings@omfmail.com

 

Saintfield Road Presbyterian Church, Belfast,



29 February, 2020
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 1:00 pm

Cross Culture: Edinburgh

Growing as a disciple of Jesus means living life in light of the cross. It means dying to ourselves and our preferences to see God glorified throughout the world.

At our Cross Culture event, we will think about how the cross shapes ministry among East Asia’s peoples. We will hear the stories of people who serve in East Asia. We will also take the time to respond, pray and serve people who are thinking about what this might mean for them.

Come and join us and see what God is doing in East Asia.

Speakers

  • Jonny & Penny – will be sharing with us about disciple making in light of the cross, drawing on their insights from serving in East Asia discipling new Christians for a number of years.
  • Lorna – has worked in Japan since 1998 in various roles with OMF. She currently serves as Sector Leader for Personnel in OMF Japan. Lorna will be helping us understand the context of Japan and the opportunities to share Jesus there.
  • Muriel – will be sharing stories of evangelism and disciple making in Cambodia. Muriel has spent over 15 years in the country with OMF, serving in several church planting teams. Most recently, Muriel worked alongside a Korean couple to support a new, young church plant to reach across different age groups.
  • Darren & Susan – served with OMF in Cambodia for several years before returning to the UK to work in the OMF office as Director for Finance & Corporate Services and Serve Asia (short-term mission) Coordinator respectively. They will be sharing about their next steps as they move on from these roles.

For more details, please contact:

Martin Paterson, OMF Area Representative, Scotland

Email: uk.scotland@omfmail.com

Phone: 07815 916960

Holyrood Evangelical Church, Edinburgh,



7 March, 2020
Saturday 10:00 am - Saturday 1:00 pm

Cross Culture: Glasgow

Growing as a disciple of Jesus means living life in light of the cross. It means dying to ourselves and our preferences to see God glorified throughout the world.

At our Cross Culture event, we will think about how the cross shapes ministry among East Asia’s peoples. We will hear the stories of people who serve in East Asia. We will also take the time to respond, pray and serve people who are thinking about what this might mean for them.

Come and join us and see what God is doing in East Asia.

 

Speakers

  • Lorna – has worked in Japan since 1998 in various roles with OMF. She currently serves as Sector Leader for Personnel in OMF Japan. Lorna will be helping us understand the context of Japan and the opportunities to share Jesus there.
  • Muriel – will be sharing stories of evangelism and disciple making in Cambodia. Muriel has spent over 15 years in the country with OMF, serving in several church planting teams. Most recently, Muriel worked alongside a Korean couple to support a new, young church plant to reach across different age groups.
  • Darren & Susan – served with OMF in Cambodia for several years before returning to the UK to work in the OMF office as Director for Finance & Corporate Services and Serve Asia (short-term mission) Coordinator respectively. They will be sharing about their next steps as they move on from these roles.
  • Allen & Joanna – worked in the Philippines through OMF’s short-term mission programme, Serve Asia. They will be sharing about the ministries they were involved in urban areas and church development work.

 

For more details, please contact:

Martin Paterson, OMF Area Representative, Scotland

Email: uk.scotland@omfmail.com

Phone: 07815 916960

 

 

Sandyford Henderson Memorial Church, Glasgow,



2 May, 2020
Saturday 10:15 am - Saturday 2:30 pm

Beyond Cambridge

An OMF & Friends International training day
Reaching Internationals students in the UK is just half the job done. We need to prepare them to return home equipped to flourish as believers and to reach out to those around them. This training day is devoted to thinking further about our role in discipling internationals as they prepare to go home.

The day will begin with tea/coffee at 10:15, please bring your own lunch to enjoy fellowship and further chatting with others.
Suggested donation £5 to cover costs.

 

For more information please contact

Tim Jenkins, OMF (UK) East of England Area Representative

Phone: 07557 237 039

Email: tim.jenkins@omfmail.com

Henry Martyn Hall, Cambridge,