Street Work

OAC evangelists are trained in open air work and creative outreach. Many can be seen on the street regularly leading their team to communicate the Good News. Innovative means include sketchboard illustration, drama, juggling,…

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OAC Ministries in Britain is part of Open Air Campaigners International, bound by a common Statement of Purpose and Statement of Faith.
We are members of the Evangelical Alliance.

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   Sketchboard Use

   Schools Ministry

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It’s all happening – and there’s more you can look forward to…

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Inclusiveness within Limits

Working together with local churches, OAC equips others to engage with their community in creative ways. Known for their innovative approaches, .... read more »
A high point in outreach: OAC Evangelist Dave Workman and a youth club member at an annual camp outing.

Youth and Truth

A high point in outreach: OAC Evangelist Dave Workman and a youth club member at an annual camp outing. Wild parties .... read more »

On the Cutting Edge

Photo by Zuriel Media On the Cutting Edge ‘Typically, we work with many people in theWest Midlandswho are on the edges of .... read more »

Buzz Words that Work

Some buzz words appear to be short lived. They drop out of use almost as quickly as they gain popularity. .... read more »

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