For centuries Europe was considered the center of the Christian faith. While Christianity is still the most prominent religion on the continent, immigration and the refugee crisis are bringing many Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus. Although they live in traditionally Christian nations, many of these peoples have few opportunities to hear the good news.
Over 450 people groups in Europe are without access to a church that preaches the gospel in their language and in a culturally relevant way, and the continent’s least-reached population is growing rapidly. We praise God for bringing so many people who have yet to hear the good news to countries where it can be freely shared! Christar workers are serving among refugees and immigrants in Europe, seeking to establish reproducing churches and meeting practical needs through a wide range of creative outreaches.