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cross cultural mission

cross cultural mission

One of the ways in which our church seeks to love God and love others is though cross cultural mission. The seek to obey the great commission of Jesus to be witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth.  In some cases, this can involve leaving behind the comfort of our homes and church and travelling to other countries on a temporary or more permanent basis.


The church supports a number of communities in the Karongi District, Rwanda through our ongoing relationship with Comfort International. Teams have regularly been out to Rwanda seeking to bless spiritually and in practical ways. 


We also support work in Eastern Europe, with a vision to reach young people who have no knowledge of God and to give them Youth Bibles in their own language.

A further trend in recent years has been that the world in increasingly coming to Glasgow. As a church we seek to actively support asylum seekers. Many from overseas come as students to the UK and some find Christ while they are here and return to be witnesses in their own country.

In addition many people in our church support a wide range of mission partners and agencies, and we seek to encourage a broad spectrum of participation.

Our Cross Cultural Mission prayer group is open to all in the church to encourage, support and pray for the various ways we support and engages in cross cultural mission. Currently we meet monthly on the last Sunday of the month at 7.30pm.

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