Germany

Xenos-Team: Team member for church planting

Working among Migrants in Germany is our passion. Will it also be yours?

Imagine yourself reaching out to a multi-cultural city in the southern part of Germany, meetings kids and youths and all kind of people, enjoying a cup of tea and chats in different languages, running a Tea-House, helping migrants with German bureaucracy, sharing your life, investing your gifts and talents for planting a church and much more ...

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Requirements

You need to have
- a passion for migrants
- German and other languages in practice or you are ready to learn
- initiative
- experience in helping others to know Christ or get to know him

You should be
- looking for a challenge in Germany
- a teamplayer
- relational
- creative
- interested in other cultures

These kind of gifts or interests may be of help:

- playing music
- leading a house group
- sports
- arts
- languages

Start Date

Anytime

Commitment Length

1-2 Years

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Photos from Germany

Stories from Germany

Curious for more

A review of this year's TeenStreet online event

'It's not about the bike'

Chris is frustrated when an injury stops him short of his goal but recognises his role in leading others to pray for the nations.

Challenge accepted

Mo's heart to help others leads him to join an adventurous cycling challenge across Germany to raise funds for those impacted by the coronavirus.

'It's not about the bike' (part two)

Physical challenges prevent Chris from reaching his cycling goal but he sees spiritual momentum gained through dedicated prayer.

An 'impossible' cycling challenge (part one)

Chris embarks on a 1,000 km cycling tour across Germany to raise funds and prayer for people impacted by the coronavirus.

Knocking on doors

Her face is full of joy, and her excitement for her job is clear. But how well do you know TeenStreet translator Agnes' story?