Evangelism Support Work Party

The Evangelism Support Work Party is responsible to the Home Missions Board and our role is to encourage and support individuals, and congregations, to instigate mission locally. We are passionate about seeing local churches motivated and equipped for outreach. Since forming in 2005, previously as Outreach Support, we have supported applications for a variety of outreach events tailored to local communities. They have included children’s holiday clubs, barbeques, Christianity Explored, Youth Fellowship, family services, day conferences, evangelistic literature distribution, camps and other activities to reach out to local people in need of the Gospel.

The Evangelism Support Work Party are also available to facilitate training, encourage outreach projects and evangelistic missions, as well as providing small grants for approved projects. Funds can also be provided to support research, to train Christians who are willing to get involved in evangelism, to provide resources and other various requirements. Prayer support and encouragement is also offered to congregations who are taking new initiatives on board.

If you wish to contact the Evangelism Support Work Party for more information or funding, please get in touch with your local representative:

· Northern – Rev. Calum MacMillan: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
· Western Isles – Maretta Campbell: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
· Skye & Wester Ross – Sandra Armstrong: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
· Inverness, Lochaber & Ross – Rev. Murdo Macleod: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
· Edinburgh & Perth – Rev. Colin MacLeod: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
· Glasgow & Argyll – Christine Mackenzie: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

A copy of a leaflet advertising the work of the Evangelism Support Work-Party is available here: EvangSupport.pdf

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