Religion: The largest religion in Greece is Christianity
TEN partners with Nea Zoi and its work among prostitutes in Athens and the Threads of Hope social enterprise project that offers training and employment to vulnerable women with an interest in sewing and crafts. TEN offers support to partners working with migrants and those who tackle human trafficking.
Our Partners in Greece
Pray for the protection of those who share the gospel in dangerous places
Pray for the work of Nea Zoi (New Life) and its work among women.
Pray for unity among the Christian churches as they present the gospel.
Greece faces huge amounts of national debt and its economy is struggling. Please pray that people would find hope through the good news of Jesus christ.
Since 2010, more than 250,000 young people have left the woes of Greece to live and work elsewhere. Pray that the church will be effective in reaching the younger generations for Christ.
It is estimated that there are at least 9,000 homeless people on the streets of Athens. Pray for all those seeking to meet their needs.
Back in the 1st century, Greece paved the way for the spread of the church and proclamation of the gospel through a common language and culture. The country boasts a proud history and association with the Christian faith. However today estimates suggest there is less than 20,000 believers representing 0.18% of the population.
Evangelical churches face difficulties on obtaining recognised church permits and are confronted by skepticism and legal red-tape.
Greece is an endangered mission field, often overlooked by traditional missionary organisations, yet the need is great.
Transform Europe Now currently supports partners based in Athens.