Start Date: Sunday, 01 September 2019
Programmes combine 'real world' biblical studies with cross-cultural adaptation and opportunities to experience an array of ministry options. Know what you believe, and why, and gain confidence in sharing your faith. Immerse yourself in learning another language and worldview. It's all part of wanting to change the world while being willing for God to change you. When can we expect you?
If you are interested in taking a year abroad, are looking for a college placement, or feel a career break might be needed in the near future, then Immersion should rank highly on your possibilities list!
Immersion in an 11-month programme designed for any young person who wants biblical training and full-time ministry experience. The first couple of months in Ireland are based at the OM headquarters, Lacken House, where Immersion participants study topics including evangelism, hermeneutics, and apologetics. As they grow in their knowledge and beliefs, they also learn practical ministry skills such as creative arts; and life skills like stewardship and time management.
After training, the remaining nine months of Immersion are spent at a ministry placement with partner churches located throughout Ireland. Smaller teams of Immersion students will share close community as they live together and serve the church in many different ways.
At the conclusion of the year, Immersion participants have the opportunity to lead a team of short-termers serving during Impact Ireland. Before returning home, Immersion team members will have grown in their walk with Jesus, ability to serve, and have a greater understanding of ministry life. All OM staff secure their own funding by private donations.
Participants need to:
The next team begins in September 2019, will you join us?
Please note: UK-based vacancies on this site are salaried and non-UK-based vacancies are unsalaried.
Most people joining OM raise financial support towards the cost of their salaries/expenses. This is usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters. Training and support in this is provided.
Please also note: as a result of our Christian ethos, this post is covered by a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) under the Equality Act 2010. The successful applicant will be expected to be a practising Christian and to clearly demonstrate a personal commitment to the mission, principles, values and practices of the organisation.