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Tools with a Mission (TWAM)

Church Ambassador

Our Church Ambassadors are our face and contact with the local Church. We are a Christian mission relying entirely on the goodness, leading, and provision of God, and we need His Church to stand with us. Our Church Ambassadors encourage their Church to pray by distributing the Prayer Diary or arranging prayer events. They also arrange Coffee Mornings to raise funds and promote the work. They ask for TWAM to be mentioned in notices or chosen for special collections. Overall, the Church Ambassadors keep TWAM close to the heart of the congregation.


In your local church.

Is the location accessible for those with physical disabilities or limited mobility?

Is the location accessible by public transport?


It’s really up to you and how much you are willing and able to do. We would ask that you regularly try and promote TWAM to your local Church through events, handouts, and notices.

Could this role be carried out virtually or through a hybrid volunteering model?


Is a criminal record check (DBS) required for this role?


Is a driving license required?

Are expenses covered?

What will you be doing?

Church Ambassadors play a vital role in the local church on behalf of TWAM. They inform the church of our mission and plans, such as opening new centres and introducing new supported countries. They encourage prayer and distribute TWAM News and our Prayer Diary. They ask the church to consider TWAM for Harvest and other special offerings and invite Community Ambassadors to speak at the church. Church Ambassadors can organise local tool collections and work with our Tool Ambassadors and Community Ambassadors to bring the local church into the heart of all we do.

What skills are required?

Will training be given or available?

Additional important information

For further information on this opportunity and more please complete this form:

Alternatively email quoting the opportunity number stated below.


Public Speaking or Ambassadors

Volunteer Opportunity No.


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