Intercultural Ministry Stories
Rev Dr Israel Olofinjana, Director of the Evangelical Alliance One People Commission, shared at our recent NextGen East event about the kind of theology and churches needed to reach the UK and the wider world today. He highlights the need to move beyond multicultural churches to truly intercultural communities to better reflect God’s wisdom to the world.
Nathaniel Jennings is a year into his role as OMF (UK)’s first Intercultural Ministries Director. We asked him to tell us more about what excites him about this new job.
How would you define the times we live in? In light of there being over 280 million international migrants in the world today ‘the age
Manchester is one of the most diverse cities in the UK. So it was an appropriate venue for a conference on intercultural church last month.
Nathaniel Jennings talks to CUI worker Hollie about sharing the good news of Jesus with international students. They share their own experiences of ministry throughout
‘After a while, we realised the diversity of the congregation was not reflected in the leadership. Most of those who led from the front were white British and this filtered down into house group, student, and children’s work leadership’
Grace Robinson explains how she has been supporting the church as an intercultural worker so that everyone has an opportunity to give and receive.
Reaching East Asians in the UK
Many East Asians come to the UK & Ireland to study or work.
Drawing on over a hundred years of experience in the East Asia, OMF can help you share the good news of Jesus with them right here in the UK by welcoming them and making them feel at home.
Do an intercultural Serve Asia placement in the UK or Ireland.
We have opportunities for you to get involved in intercultural ministry across the UK & Ireland. Serve alongside our experienced long-term workers for 2-weeks to 6-months.