Be Part of the Action!

There are many ways you can get involved and play a part in our continuing mission to see lives changed in the UK through the sharing of the Gospel.

How much spare time do you have?

A day…

  • We hold two training workshops each year to assist Counties evangelists, supporters and those who would like to join us. 
  • Visit our Wiltshire office for prayer and fellowship. You could offer practical help to serve our office team or evangelists - anything from food preparation, to filing or redecorating!
  • Contact your local evangelist and offer your support for a day for school visits, doorstep evangelism, street work or visits to churches. We could lend you a video camera to shadow an evangelist and interview other people.

A week…

  • Spend anything from three to seven days on an outreach team at a summer camp, agricultural show or outdoor festival.
  • If you have the gift of administration, offer your services to an evangelist who's drowning in paper!
  • Spend a week with our Life exhibition - help to unload the lorry and assemble all the materials in a local church.
  • Spend a week with a GSUS Live Unit in secondary schools exploring fear, forgiveness and rejection.

A month…

  • Are you gifted in music or drama? Some Counties evangelists spend up to a month touring schools and you could be part of a schools team presenting the Good News in exciting ways.
  • Every Summer, Counties evangelists are busy with camps and residential holidays where the need for group leaders, sports teams or dozens of practical assignments is almost unlimited. See here for a full list of summer camps.

A year…

  • Get involved locally and join a Counties Link Group (CLG) supporting the work of your local evangelist.
    Download the CLG Guide for further information (you may need to phone the office for the CLG password).
  • Take a year out as CAVER! Counties Apprentice and Volunteers in Evangelism are typically given three core assignments:
    • Shadowing and supporting a Counties evangelist
    • Assisting the work of a local church
    • Receiving training at residential weekends