Are you called to urban mission?

city missionaries

Our City Missionaries come from varied backgrounds, but all share an extraordinary dedication to urban evangelism and a passion for loving London through gospel outreach ministry.

As a missionary, you'll share our unwavering commitment to urban ministry and be passionately committed to serving Jesus by going to those beyond the reach of most churches, especially where there are social, personal or economic needs, devoting your time to patient and personal evangelism.

We strategically place our City Missionaries in least-reached communities so it's important that they're willing to serve the kingdom of God wherever there is need as initial placements may change to reach the most spiritually needy areas.

City Missionary Information & Job Description

Deputy manager - Homeless Centre

Work alongside the Team Leader at our day centre for the homeless Webber Street near Waterloo. You’ll help to oversee and support the team and take on other agreed responsibilities. We provide breakfast, clothes, showers and other services, as well as building relationships and sharing God’s love and the good news of Jesus Christ directly with the guests.

Salary: £18,358.60 plus accommodation allowance.

Role Description - Deputy Manager, Webber Street Day Centre

City Missionary Application Form

Closing date: 8th June at 12 noon

Interviews will take place on Friday 22nd June 2018.

Please take care to read the full information documents containing the Team Leader/City Missionary job descriptions and use these to help you complete your application. Please also make sure you have read any additional role information (if provided) and the guidance notes in the application form before completing and sending it to us. A Letter of Recommendation from your sending church should be submitted alongside your application form.

For more information please contact the HR Department 

020 7407 7585

personnel@lcm.org.uk

Please be aware that our recruitment process for Missionary roles involves, for successful applicants, a two-stage interview process and may take in the region of 4 months from the time of advertising to receipt of an offer of employment. This gives us and you long enough to allow the important discernment process in deciding whether you are suitable for a long-term, sacrificial, demanding and all-consuming urban ministry to the most difficult places.

'Drinking tea from a sticky cup...'

‘...Mental health assessment meeting. Drinking den at 11 o’clock in the morning. Waiting with friend for a STD result. Bible study with man in his boxer shorts and his ankle tagged. Tears at the death of a friend. Tears at personal failure. Joy at a friend baptised. Does this happen every day? No. But when Christ is at work in London, anything can happen and often does!’

Andrew works with a local church, serving his community in north-west London

'I meet many different types of people...'

‘...students, tourists, asylum seekers and refugees. I meet people from royal families, parliaments and business men. All these people are from very closed Muslim countries and I have the opportunity to share Jesus’ love and good news with them.’

Yosry is a City Missionary working amongst immigrant and ethnic communities

Because London needs Jesus