London Church Relationship Manager | Open Doors UK

Open Doors is a dynamic and growing international Christian charity that serves the needs of the persecuted church.
Open Doors is looking to appoint a dynamic and inspirational Christian* leader to lead on the development of Open Doors partnership with churches across London. We are looking for a leader who will strengthen Christians in the suffering church through mobilising churches and Christians across London to pray, give and speak out on their behalf. This role represents a strategic opportunity to influence and advocate on behalf of persecuted Christians around the world.
We are looking for a leader who can both bridge and build relationships with the church in London in order to raise awareness and engagement with the persecuted church globally. We are looking for a leader who can communicate and inspire, build teams with our volunteers and develop and deliver a strategy for engagement and influence.
You will have the opportunity to use your God-given character and talents to contribute to the work of Open Doors and to work with integrity and with purpose. You will work with some inspirational people and there are plenty of opportunities to develop your career.

*There is an occupational requirement under Schedule 9 of the Equality Ac

If you are looking to make an impact and seeking a new challenge in 2019 here’s how to apply:
 View the job description for this role
 Complete the application form
 Write a cover letter or e-mail which explains why you are suitable for this role
 Ask any further questions or send your application and cover letter/e-mail to
Closing date: 02 October
1st interviews: 15 October
2nd interview 22 October
Start date: ASAP


Open Doors UK
Open Doors is a Christian charity that is looking to recruit active, practising Christians to help meet the growing needs of the persecuted church worldwide. Hostility, violence and abuse of Christians around the globe is on the increase. Open Doors works in over 50 countries to ensure that those facing such persecution are not forgotten, but can stand strong to serve their communities and give life.