A needy mission field
The biblical gospel of grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone has historically been resisted, even opposed, among the nationalist (mainly Catholic) community in N. Ireland, for various reasons.
Yet, with a contextualised approach, from suitably sensitive, gifted, and trained workers, people come to faith and church grows.
Additional workers needed
To see the gospel progress and church grow, we need more workers who are able to relate effectively to local people.
We would like to fund our elder, Pablo Mandresa, into full-time ministry (or part-time, as funds allow). Formerly a church-planter in N. Belfast, he is experienced and effective in reaching people locally.
We would also like to fund a part-time children’s/youth worker too, to build up a much needed children’s and youth ministry in the area.
The target amount is for three years funds for both.
Your help in helping fund and praying for these workers would be very much appreciated.
Colin Glen Christian Fellowship is based within the Colin Glen and Andersonstown areas of West Belfast. As a non-denominational, Bible-based, fellowship, we are located within, and work mainly amongst, the Nationalist (Catholic) community. Yet, we have people from both main communities attend, since our focus is on worshipping and serving God, not culture.
Our vision is: “To help establish evangelicalism as an integral and vibrant part of the Nationalist community’s culture and faith in West Belfast, through church planting as Colin Glen Christian Fellowship.”
More than just church-planting and evangelism, it is mission in a local context.
We minister within the local community through Sunday worship services, midweek fellowship (discipleship) groups, pastoral ministry, evangelism, foodbank, and evangelical cross-community awareness and fellowship.
We greatly value your support, in encouragement, finance and prayer.
Registered Charity No.104892 NI
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