Discover how The Message is keeping mission central and continuing to create Christian Youth resources, encouraging local Christian mission and continuing with evangelism training.
Covid-19 has changed all of our lives beyond recognition, but through it all we’ve been keeping mission front and centre using every opportunity to share the love and hope of Jesus in word and deed. As the country slowly comes out of lockdown, our mission activity will have to look different for a season, but that won’t stop us reaching the hardest to reach individuals and communities with the gospel.
From launching Message Live to reach young people with the good news of Jesus online, to helping ensure no child goes hungry this summer, there’s lots happening here at The Message to respond to Covid.
Reaching young people with the good news of Jesus and equipping you for mission, Message Live launched on YouTube on Monday 6 July 2020.
In word, deed and prayer we want people to know how loved they are, so we’re running local mission weeks across the UK to do just this.
4.3 million children in the UK live in poverty and free school meals only reach 1.3 million of these! Leaving 2.8 million children who could go hungry this summer. Could your church can be a vital part of helping to solve lockdown hunger?
We know that many people are feeling the financial impact of Covid-19 and want to help, so are opening a new community grocery for the people of Wythenshawe. Using surplus food fresh from local supermarkets we want to help you save money on your weekly shop, as well as do our bit to help reduce food waste.
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