Do you feel called by God to serve Him in France? Join the OM team in France as we serve to inspire, mobilise and equip others in seeing churches grow and be discipled, as well as getting involved hands-on in one of the least-reached countries in Europe.
By running literacy classes for immigrant women from North Africa, the Middle East, South Asia and elsewhere, we aim to show God’s love for them in a relational and practical way.
Our team offers these women His light and hope as they adjust and integrate into French culture, providing cross-cultural socialising, language acquisition and opportunities to hear Biblical truth. We also support the ladies outside of class, helping them to arrange appointments, visit the doctor and complete paperwork. These moments spent together can lead to opportunities to share God’s love with them, once a relationship of trust has been established.
We are looking for committed team members who love God and are passionate about serving Him with their gifts and skills, and if necessary to serve in other ways too! This role is part-time, and could be either developed into a full-time role, or an additional office-based role (at Pontault-Combault) could be possible.
- Women to work with women
- Have a heart for immigrants
- Intermediate or higher level of French strongly desired, but not required. Be willing to learn French if you don't speak it already
- Some teaching experience (in any capacity) desired, but not required
- Enjoy working on a team
En 2009, el ministerio “Proyecto Rahab” comenzó como un medio para alcanzar a las víctimas de tráfico humano en ambas ciudades, Nantes y París.
OM France is currently actively seeking to fill a number of key roles within the OM France team. Do you sense God’s call on your life to take up one of these vital positions?
For many years the nearly one million Turkish speaking people in France were completely unreached by the gospel. The Turkish-speaking people are an isolated group of people, well known for their lack of integration into the French culture and society.
Following numerous consultations with pastors of local churches in the centre as well as the south of Brittany, the team could picture a painful reality of some of their most isolated church members - Operation Lighthouse was their response.
The Lorient Interceltic Festival. From 28th July to 11th August 2019
From 26th October to 4th November, young people armed with green banana bags filled with tracts, braved the crowds on the quay sides as well as in the streets of Saint-Malo. Their goal? To share the love of Jesus with those taking part in the Route du Rhum.