Europe needs Jesus. Now more than ever.

We are planting churches across Europe that share and show the love of Jesus.

Many people around the world do not even consider Europe as a place to send missionaries. They see this continent as a sophisticated, prosperous place with a Christian tradition. Surely there are more needy areas of the world for Christian mission?

Hear our response in 3 short videos! 




Considering short term mission?
SMBC student, Ross McGoughran spent two years in Ireland working with ECM to share the Gospel. In this short video he talks about the value and pitfalls of short term mission.

ECM seeks under God to raise up gospel workers for Europe, but in recent times Europe lacks the resources to Biblically train and equip local people. Many Europeans are now being trained in Australia and ECM is sending them back to Europe to build up Christ’s church, this is called REVERSE SENDING.

Could God use you in Germany?
ECM Missionaries Richard and Ali Maigraith have been living in Berlin for the last four and a half years. On furlough recently they caught up with Sam Boog and shared some of the challenges involved with serving God in a country that desperately needs Jesus.

News & upcoming events

Pray for IRELAND

Pray for IRELAND1.jpg20/12/2019 02:15 Ireland is a land of gentle green fields, mountains and lakes - a Celtic Paradise on the western fringe of Europe. full story


Sam&Emily3.jpg19/12/2019 05:37 It has been a joy for many of us to support Samuel Ferriera in his practical and theological training here in Australia, with the view to his return to Portugal. Samuel updates us on the plans for the coming year or so, including a return to Portugal with his soon to be wife, Emily. full story


The Field is Green but is it open.jpg19/12/2019 05:01 Ireland once seemed like a straight-forward option for missionary service: same language, same sense of humour. Though a hard and slow field for the gospel, it was one that allowed for Australians to enter and stay as long as they liked. Things have been changing. Sharon Hall (nee Wood) saw the start of these changes during her 17 years serving with ECM in the Republic of Ireland. She writes now of the recent and more significant changes. full story

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Opportunities in Europe

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