On average, two churches in Scotland close every week because of falling attendance. There are more registered witches than clergy now, our country is known for being one of the worst drug capitals in Europe. Between one and three percent of the population in Scotland knows Christ. Our GO Teams work alongside local churches to offer a range of ministry opportunities throughout Scotland. Team members will reach out to a wide variety of people and settings; in schools, working with youth, serving and supporting vulnerable families, and sharing their faith with men and women who don’t know God, the Bible or about the Gospel. We have youth, student and family go teams. Go Team trips are around 10-days. Please complete the online application for our Go Teams.
All participants must have humility, flexibility, and hearts for God with a willingness to love and serve others! All Go Team members must be in good health; reasonable amounts of walking will be required. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.
Where possible you will stay with local church families, or “ Group " accommodation home at Limefield House
Team orientation and debriefing:
Team orientation and debriefing meetings will be provided as part of the training. Dates will be provided by the team leaders.
You will require a passport that is valid for at least six months after return to United States.
Heralds Go Teams are gospel weeks where our key focus is reaching the lost in Scotland for Christ. We are seeking individuals and churches who will partner with us through prayer and financial support. Our Go teams have no cost other than the trip expenses occurred as a result of the ministry week. However Churches have asked us to give them some indication of how they can support the ministry financially. We ask you to prayerful consider a gift of between $250-$500 per person. This is NOT a requirement but will help the Heralds cover ministry costs.