Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World is a network/training hub that will aim to prepare, equip and encourage pastors and missionaries from the Majority World in Britain as well as help indigenous British Christians and churches understand Christians from the South.
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“Growing multi-ethnic churches changes everybody, that’s why it’s difficult and painful. When strangers come in, you can’t stay the same”. This conference in Birmingham on 2nd July addressed the theme of multi-ethnic churches in Britain, and was well attended with 75 participants drawn from African, Caribbean and white British backgrounds.
This unique collaboration between Birmingham Churches Together, Queens Foundation and the Centre for Missionaries from the Majority World will bring together church leaders from many different Christian traditions who are seeking to integrate people from different ethnic backgrounds into the life and mission of their church.
In the words of Dr Kate Coleman: ‘Israel’s latest offering goes the extra mile, beyond documentation, by proposing insightful and pragmatic ways that UK Christians can further express the prophetic nature of what must inevitably be increasingly creative and diverse expressions of mission and ministry in the unfolding history of the United Kingdom’.
South Asian Concern (SAC) is an organisation passionate about celebrating the good news of Jesus, sharing this good news with people of all backgrounds, and encouraging, equipping and enabling followers of Christ to be more effective in their engagement with South Asians.
They’ve recently released a book telling the story of SAC. Here Ram Gidoomal, one of their co-founders, tells us more about what God has done through SAC...
Our CMMW director Rev Israel Olofinjana appeared on the programme talking about why these vibrant pentecostal churches are thriving in the UK.
Watch the full Songs of Praise episode on the BBC website, with Israel's interview at 6 mins 10 seconds in.