Not to be served, but

To Serve.

Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”

And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Isaiah 6:8

Our vision is to see All of Scotland
come to Know Christ!

our mission is to make NEw disciples,
train new leaders and plant new churches!

Our goal is to support the current churches that are faithfully serving their communities in the midst of a post-Christian culture. Many of these great servants are doing it alone and we will be the serving hands ready, with years of ministry experience, to help them to accomplish their mission and reach their communities! Next, we will begin the process of missional community building (church planting)! There are few gospel-centered, Bible believing churches in Scotland and we will establish churches that preach Christ crucified.  We plan to establish a Bible training institute where new leaders may be trained and sent out. Our vision includes the creation of children’s programs, including a church camp program, so kids may come to know Christ and be encouraged to lead a life in service to Jesus.

We want to see a church in every town, village and borough in Scotland! We will accomplish this goal by serving the local community where we live, loving people as family and rather than just hearing about Jesus, letting them see Jesus through our lives. Contact us to learn more!

The Journey!

Clan Stellhorn & New International!

Find out more about how we serve in Scotland & our affiliation with New International!

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Serving Scotland

We have partnered with, “The Fellowship of Churches of Christ of Great Britain and Ireland”. They help bring workers to the harvest and support local churches! Their goal is to plant churches and re-shape the world through the gospel! That’s what we want to see happen too!

“We began life in the early 19th century as a result of a series of revival movements led by ordinary people in Scotland. The same movement gave rise to the Scottish Baptists, the Scottish Congregationalists and a number of other small movements.

More generally, our congregations were part of a wider movement amongst many Christians who were trying to return to a simpler form of New Testament Christianity. From that small beginning congregations similar to FCC have spread to more than 180 nations on earth.”

Why Scotland?

According to research, only 1% of Scots regularly attend a Bible believing church, while 97%-98% of Scots do not know Christ and believe in the basic tenants of the Christian faith. Here in the US we may have a dozen churches within five miles our our home, some of similar denominations, but in comparison, for many Scots a Bible believing church is not available in their own community. Read more below from Barna Research and then speak to us to learn more about how you can be involved in helping turn a nation around!

Barna Research in Scotland

Learn more about the work of the church, the challenges, and current state of Christianity in Scotland!

Scotland: Lessons for Effective Ministry in a Post-Christian Context

Current Project Opportunities!

We are currently raising $25,000 toward relocation costs and toward a ministry vehicle. We would be glad to send you some of these costs broken down if you are interested in taking on a specific item! We will have items like furniture, bathroom items, kitchen utensils and more! Or you may give toward this goal below! Thank you!

“Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Matthew 28:18-20

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