Our purpose is to share God’s love with people in a variety of communities in Birmingham and the West Midlands. Investing in people’s lives in this way will build bridges. We want to equip, train and challenge Jesus followers to reflect Him and to use their God given gifts. As a result, we hope to see the community around local churches impacted. We also hope that all participants will go away strengthened in their faith and with a deeper desire to share their faith with their friends back at home.

Using the Commonwealth Games as an opportunity to share God’s love, serve with an international team alongside local churches. We will give you orientation and training to help you share your faith.

Details of Ministry

We want to share God’s love with people through the means of the Games. You will meet people of all backgrounds and ages. This is a great opportunity for the local church in Birmingham as you to help them during this time of festive sports. You will have the opportunity to engage people in conversations using a variety of tools: your testimony, the Prayer Tent, street evangelism, children’s ministry, book tables, hospitality in "The Big Red Bus", music and art.

Tuesday 26th July - arrival between 3 and 5pm in Halesowen

27th - Training and team building

28th - 30th - Coventry

31st July - 2nd August - Leamington Spa

3rd - 4th - Wolverhampton

5th - 6th - Lye

7th - City Church, Wolverhampton. Debrief

8th - Free/spontaneous ministry day

9th - Departure after breakfast

Option 1 (15 Days)


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Option 1 Tuesday 26th July - Tuesday 9th August 2022 28th June 2022
Cost £350  
Ages 18+  
Suitable for single people welcomemarried couples welcomesorry, no familiesgroups welcome  

Option 2 (8 days)


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Option 2 Tuesday 26th July - Tuesday 2nd August 2022 28th June 2022
Cost £210  
Ages 18+  
Suitable for single people welcomemarried couples welcomesorry, no familiesgroups welcome  

Participant Profile

You must be able to hold a simple conversation in English. Previous experience in ministry is not required.


You will stay either in OM accommodation in Halesowen, or other housing provided by a local church. Please note, it may not be possible for groups or married couples to stay together within the different accommodations. At the OM base there is shared accommodation in bedrooms and dormitories. Wi-Fi is available.


Food will be provided at our base or at a local church. We need to know in advance of any special dietary needs (vegetarian, dairy-free, food allergies, gluten-free, etc.).


Participants should arrange their own travel to and from our Halesowen base (B63 3AJ) or we can pick you up from Old Hill train station. Halesowen bus station is within walking distance from the base.


Participants must be in good health and physically able to stand, walk and do other physical activities as needed.

Visa info

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Applicants must be 18 or over.

As part of our Safeguarding policy, you may require a valid enhanced DBS certificate which will cost an additional £20. 

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