International Project – Short-Term Team

Diaspora: the dispersion of any people from their original homeland. We live in a time where more and more people are part of the diaspora; and that brings unique opportunities to us here in the United States to minister to those who are now living in our backyards who were hard to access prior. Do you have a heart for the unreached? Are you interested in urban ministry among foreign peoples? The International Project, in New York City, is serving among the 50+ unreached people groups who are living in Brooklyn and Queens. They offer a year-long training program to equip and initiate church planting movements among these unreached peoples.

This short-term team, called a Seed Week by International Project, will help provide training and hands-on opportunities for teams to come alongside the International Project and their year-long students in relational ministry. Teams will receive training on how to best engage and interact with these peoples, and then will be able to put it into practice in small groups (always with a leader) by helping to facilitate Bible studies and share meals in these communities. Come and be a part of the church-planting movement among unreached peoples right here in the United States! Use the links below to apply!

This team is now full. For more information about opportunities that still have open availability, please use the contact link below. 

Questions about this short-term team? Contact Renee Gillespie here.