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This is a project that I started in 2008 which has now been used by hundreds of Churches in the UK. It enables people to be involved in the Christmas story in a fun way.After setting up...


Give a local bakery £50 to offer free food to anyone who comes in. One Sunday morning when this was tried in Peterborough, the local bakery worker was heard saying again and again...


Recently, I have been painting with whoever wants to join me to create some stunning pieces of art. It is a peaceful thing to do, a haven in the midst of the hustle and bustle of life. ...


We decorated 6 bottles and placed poems in them for people to find. We prayerfully hid them around a housing estate, asking God that they wouldn’t be seen as a nuisance, but inste...


This is a street outreach activity using a mirror painted with words about how God see’s people. The mirror was positioned in a prominent location and left for passers by to look into i...


This is a street outreach activity using a medium sized chalk board, which is placed in a prominent position. It is a good idea to have a team standing near the board to answer any ques...


Use the Celtic circle prayer in a prominent location. This could be in a local pub or coffee shop. Provide printed cards for people to select and customise the prayer for the group you...


To do this activity you need to cut out pieces of paper in the shape of a hand, or you can buy them fairly cheaply online as wooden cut outs. Once this is done, you should set up a stal...


This is a simple idea which involves an old spare sofa, a simple sign, and the willingness to listen.All you have to do is place a sofa in an appropriate pedestrian area, sit on the sof...


A simple street outreach. To do this activity all you need is a sign saying "free hug". What you need to do is find a location with passing trade, stand there with the sign and hug anyo...


Setup a free fruit stall in a prominent location and offer people free fruit. Customise each piece of fruit with one of the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, g...


This is a street outreach activity expressing God’s love by collecting small, chalk, self-portraits of people. The top of the board says 'I am loved' and people are invited to add their...


On a hot day, we sent pairs of people into a town centre, and encouraged them to give cold water to passers by. When they were asked “why?”, they talked about the free gift of the man ...


With the help of a gifted musician, we visited local pubs and cafes and offered free music and lollies. For this activity to work, as well as a musician you will need to have someone o...


The objective of this activity was to explore God as Father. To do this we gave away a basket full of chocolate bars, a fistful of cards with a ‘prayer for dads’ and a tray full of baco...


It’s Sunday morning and I’m in the city centre with a mechanical bull on Father's Day. The aim is to talk to blokes and their families about a dad who is the best father anyone could wi...


We decided to offer messages of hope. To do this we wrote messages on suitable sized stones, using permanent markers. These stones were then offered to anyone who wanted one. A further ...


Giving something away is one of the simplest forms of street evangelism. It does not need to be expensive. For example - you can buy 500 doughnuts for £50 if you shop around. Mess...


Over the years I have given away thousands of glow sticks as a small reminder of the one who was born as light in darkness. They’re as cheap as chips, people love them and they serve as...


‘Would you like to wish Jesus a happy birthday and sign his birthday card?’ We asked people around us…Some did. Some laughed. Most looked perplexed. But it created a reaction… We also l...


We asked Asda if we could use their premises, to do something for the community: they happily agreed. Three of us worked together on this activity. On this occasion we gave out free min...


This project is called ‘Christ on a Bike’ and involves putting the words of Jesus on painted bikes locked up throughout the town. The bikes point you to the following websit...


We bought 7 lightbulbs from a local shop. Pete, a volunteer from the light project, and I, wrote simple messages about light in darkness on the boxes and then took to the streets of Pet...


Christmas is a great time of year to give away booklets explaining the nativity. I order mine from 'Bridge builders' and 'Lifewords'. You could organise a free film night at your local ...


Paint oval shaped pebbles to look like a baby sleeping and lay each of them on a bed of straw. Display them in different places around your community. You could place them on doorsteps ...


You could visit all of the pubs in your town, even the dodgy ones, dressed as a character from the Nativity. I usually carry gifts with me and combine it with some of my other ideas (se...


You could enjoy yourselves, dressing up to share the news of Jesus. Here are a few ideas: A live nativity complete with donkey brings the old story to people's attention. Children love ...


This 4 foot door - art installation, conveyed the message of Matthew 18:3 about the kingdom of heaven.Jesus said: ‘Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children yo...


Make use of the rain and offer people shelter under your golfing style umbrella. When the rain fell I walked with people from one side of the square to the other, which included 2 mums ...

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