On this page, you will find a regularly updated collection of resources to help you connect with the millions of Christians who have been self-isolating for years – not because of a biological virus, but because their faith is seen as toxic and dangerous.
Why not use these resources as part of a virtual community group, or in a livestreamed service?
Secret Church: Online Edition takes experiences from underground church meetings and translates them into a simple session outline for church small groups and youth groups. You might find yourself creating a hiding place or singing a worship song in whispers. Maybe you’ll hurriedly have to hide the evidence of your faith or share communion in the most unusual way. A companion resource is available for children and families too.
Inspirational, passionate, challenging, thought-provoking. An Open Doors speaker at your online church will bring the story of the persecuted church to life in a whole new way.
Journey back to a time when every church was a house church. Perfect for this season, this eight-part series is a journey through the book of Acts with the persecuted church.
Young people in your church might like to try Isolated Church. Free weekly material, including stories, videos and podcasts, inspired by the faith of persecuted Christians.
Join us for regular webinars and hear from the worldwide church how Jesus is at work during this time.
Designed for prayer groups and churches, these inspirational video stories from the persecuted church come with prayer points at the end to help you pray.
Download videos of persecuted Christians supporting their communities during this pandemic. And be encouraged by their video messages and prayers for us! Perfect for online church services.
We also have a range of resources for children, including videos, activities and colouring-in sheets to keep them occupied and grow their faith as they connect with the persecuted church.
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Together, we can reach those where persecution hits hardest.