Serving Persecuted Christians Worldwide - Churches - Open Doors UK & Ireland
Welcome to our Church Resources Hub

Strengthen your church through closer connection with the persecuted church

Connecting with Open Doors is about strengthening the church and defying persecution.

Our resource hub connects church leaders and volunteers to the world of Open Doors. Access a bank of searchable resources and testimonies to use in your talks and services, connect to an Open Doors speaker, and find out all the ways in which you can engage with Open Doors as a church community.

“Open Doors powerfully communicates the reality of persecution. It also awakened renewed passion for Jesus in our congregation."
- Tim Hughes, Gas Street Church, Birmingham

Here's how your church can connect right now

Contact our team

We would love to chat and hear how we can serve your church. Connect your church with the global Body of Christ as you stand in the gap for them – give, pray and act. And let their testimonies and faith lessons grow courageous faith in your church community.

Contact our churches team by phone: 01993 460015 or drop us an email: churches@opendoorsuk.org

FAQs

We’d love to come and serve you in this way. Please head to the Book a speaker section and get in touch that way. We look forward to hearing from you.

As Christians, we’re part of the global church family and we know each part needs each other. The testimonies of living for Jesus under extreme pressure and persecution have so much to teach us about following Jesus right where we are.

We don’t charge, but would appreciate travel expenses being covered and the opportunity to invite your church to stand alongside persecuted family through praying, speaking up and giving.

At present we aren’t offering opportunities to meet with persecuted Christians in their home countries. We hope to have travel opportunities next year.

You can give as a church online here

Get involved

Your support helps persecuted Christians continue to courageously follow Jesus.
Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.