Our ministry focus is preaching the gospel, teaching, discipling, and pastoring.
Our main meetings include:
Our main meetings are held at rented facilities – it would be a great benefit to have our own building.
Additionally we are involved in much one-on-one ministry and periodically organize special lectures and public meetings. We also partner with a national student ministry, called EUS Montenegro, affiliated with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES), meeting every Wednesday at 19.00 in our student centre opposite the university campus in Niksic, as well as periodically organizing mission weeks on campus, and community projects.
Some projects we have been involved with over the years are:
- Camp Monty: a yearly sports (basketball and soccer) camp which includes English classes and craft workshops and an evening Christian message. Organized in co-operation with Life Impact for Eternity, a Christian ministry based in Budapest, Hungary and led by Eric Murphy. This has given the church a wider reach into the community and enabled many young people, and their parents, to hear a clear gospel message. For some years they have been sponsoring a local to work with students and young people and a premises to gather students and highschoolers near the local university.
- Christmas boxes: Around New Year we get a large delivery of several thousand Christmas shoe-boxes from the charity Samaritan's Purse. Under the organization of EUS CG, these gifts are distributed directly and via local services, such as the police, the fire service and the Red Cross, and a Gospel presentation accompanies this distribution.
- Student English camp: For many years we have been working in cooperation with UCCF in the UK to provide university and high-school studentswith an opportunity of learn and practise English with native speakers from the UK at a residential camp in the mountains.
- Food bank: Since the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated cost of living crisis, our church, in partnership with other organizations and churches, has been visiting vulnerable members of the wider community, bringing gifts of basic food items.