Manmohan was born into a devout Sikh family in India. At the age of 18 he became a follower of Christ and, at age 20 he became a missionary. He worked in the field of teaching, training, and translation before serving on his first church-plant in India in 2015. He then joined London City Mission in 2022 to work as a missionary team leader in Hounslow, London.
"I am passionate about seeing every Sikh hear the gospel in simple words that will make sense to them so that they have an opportunity to make Jesus the king of their lives", says Manmohan.
With around 200,000 to 300,000 Sikhs living in London, the city is home to the largest Sikh community in the UK. Sikhs are 'least-reached' people, meaning they are less likely to hear the life-changing truth about Jesus. Therefore, active Christian witnesses are needed to enable every Sikh to hear the gospel at least once in their lifetime.
"My vision is to see a movement in West London churches where 'everyday' Christians will go out among the Sikhs, sharing the gospel personally through genuine relationships. My heart is for Christians to become salt and light so that each Sikh will hear and understand the gospel and therefore have an opportunity to begin a journey towards discipleship."
He lives in London with his wife, Iba, and their two daughters who will soon join them.