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Get Involved

One-Off or Weekly

Local Volunteer

Give a few hours a week supporting our outreach activities in a Church, school or community. This will typically be in your local area so the people and situation there should familiar to you.

In schools you could be helping to lead school assemblies, RE or PE lessons, coaching a school sports team, running playground detached youth work, helping to lead an after-school multi-sport club, or helping to run summer clubs and camps.


With Churches you could expect to help as we partner with them to run sports breakfast clubs, weekly multi-sport clubs and summer clubs.  In communities you could be involved our Community Sport Hubs – a weekly outreach in a shared sports space.

To find out more please get in touch with us.

Northern Ireland based


Summer Internship – Spend 2-3 months over the summer helping us lead mission teams and large sports outreach projects.


Years Internship – Spend a year with us (Sept – August) supporting all our sports outreach activities, being discipled and experiencing God work in and through you.

To find out more please get in touch with us.

Local or International

Mission Trips

Typically 10-14 days across the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa or Latin America. 

Playing Teams: Join one of our men’s or women’s basketball, volleyball or soccer team.  Run coaching sessions in schools during the day and play matches each evening

Church Teams: Join a team from a Church or make up a team with individuals from lots of different Churches to help us lead children’s and youth clubs.

To find out more please get in touch with us.

Full-time Missionary


Follow God’s leading and join us full-time as a missionary in Northern Ireland or further afield.  This could be practicing sports ministry in a school, Church or community setting, or with more elite players and teams, across a range of different sports.  You would also lead and host our mission teams wherever you are called to serve.

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