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Please email Keri at keri.lim@ccil.org.uk or talk to your pastoral staff or congregational representative for suggestions and how you can be involved.

Prayer Taste – Local Mission Opportunity English Class Ministry
Project Ignite CCiL’s Café Eterno Ministry

 

Prayer

Outreach Action Team (OAT)  — Every Church Member A Missionary

Living the mission of Jesus means taking your faith into your work and your life and praying for it to change people’s hearts toward God. Tim Keller

OAT strives to encourage and equip the church, so that we ‘live the mission of Jesus’ in our daily lives … and ‘pray for it to change people’s hearts towards God’.

OAT – Prayer Diary 2015

 

Project Ignite

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The purpose is to encourage every member to pledge to God to let Him Ignite and Use me”, to make Him known. OAT believes that if we are willing to share the good news about Jesus Christ, God will strengthen us, use us, and provide us with opportunities (divine appointments) to witness for Him.

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Would you like to share your testimony on how God has converted and enriched your life, by writing us your story?  PI leaflet

 

Taste — Local Mission Opportunity

We seek to encourage the mindset that everyone in the church family is a full-time Christian missionary, wherever God has placed them.  Taste — a Local Mission Opportunity would allow the church family to be trained in and experience mission locally, in order to better equip them for their ministries in their workplace, families and wherever God sends them, whether in London or overseas. Experiencing Taste is recommended before going on Short-term Missions abroad.

Time commitment: Minimum of 6 sessions in one ministry area within a 6-month period.

Oversight: This would be provided by the relevant ministry leader. It would involve monthly prayer and feedback with the participant on how they are doing in their chosen ministry area, as well as prayer for the new friends whom they are reaching out to.

Contact: keri.lim@ccil.org.uk

 

CCiL’s Café Eterno ministry

recruiting Café Team volunteers

CCiL’s Christmas themed Café Eterno sessions turned out to be very popular.  On one hand we are excited and give thanks for God’s imprint and abundant grace!  On the other hand, God wants us to look further and see that the mission field is huge.  We are inspired by new channels and approaches: we feel that God is leading us step by step. Doors leading to more gospel opportunities are opening to us through this ministry.

To take on CCiL’s Café Eterno ministry to the next stage, the Outreach Action Team (OAT ) is planning to form and train up a Café Team in February, March and April.  We hope that the Café Team will include church family from diverse cultures and ages, and that they can serve in roles, including: snack preparation, making good coffee, waiters, talking to people, leading themed sharing (that involves programme planning, music worship…) and being prayer warriors – different roles but all with the same aim: to share the love of Christ through word and deed.

Please pray for the team as we plan and for all of us that the Lord will use us to share the gospel wisely and sensitively, and that He will grow the gospel in our hearts and in our unchurched friends’ hearts, so that we see His fruit of gospel-transformed lives.

Please contact your OAT leaders, or email: oat@ccil.org.uk for more info.

 

 

English Class Ministry

English Classes at Soho Outreach Centre

Monday and Wednesday, 11am – 1pm

Term Start Dates in 2017:

All Monday Classes:  9th January

All Wednesday Classes: 11th January

1 John 4:7-12
Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. This is how God showed his love among us: he sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.

English Class Ministry Volunteers Needed:
Weekly Teaching Assistants  and/or English Teachers to provide holiday cover.

Oversight:
Ling Chung (English Class Ministry Coordinator) and Keri Lim (London City Mission seconded staff)

Volunteer times:
Mondays: 10.45am – 1.30pm and/or  Wednesdays: 10.45am – 1.30pm

Requirements

  1. The desire to show God’s grace and love through teaching English and building up intentional friendships with the students.
  2. Ability to plan and teach English classes lasting 1 hour and 45 minutes, which include a gospel component, such as a bible story. The classes last 2 hours, 11.00 am – 1pm, including the break.
  3. Mandarin-speaking ability preferable though not necessary.

Ways to serve the Lord

  1.  Praying and planning with the English Class Ministry Team before and after the classes.
  2. Welcoming and building intentional friendships with the English class students at the Soho Outreach Centre. This involves helping them with learning English, chatting with the students during the break or over lunch, sensitively introducing the gospel to them and gently encouraging them to attend church and the mid-week bible study.
  3. Volunteer teachers would provide holiday cover. They would need to be able to plan and teach English classes lasting 1 hour and 45 minutes, which include a gospel component – such as a bible story.
  4. Regular prayer during personal devotional time: for the students, that they are able to learn English well, and discover more about God’s love, and for yourself as you serve the Lord in this area.
  5. Encouraging your small group and other church friends to pray for the students, and to support you in prayer in this ministry.

For more info, please contact Ling Chung (oat@ccil.org.uk) or Keri Lim (Keri.lim@ccil.org.uk)