The Unreached Network exists to co-ordinate best practice in cross-cultural mission across the global Newfrontiers family, and from 25th-26th June 2021, it’s time for our next Unreached Conference!


Once again this year, the conference will be entirely online, making it accessible to you wherever you are. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Harvey Kwiyani, a Malawian missions thinker. Dr. Kwiyani’s most recent book, Multicultural Kingdom: Ethnic Diversity, Mission and the Church is a fantastic resource, and we are thrilled to have him address the conference. To see Andy and Gavin’s conversation with Harvey click here. Our own David Devenish will also be taking a main session.


Join the Conversation: stories and best practice in crossing cultures, planting churches, and sharing the gospel with the unreached.
Find your Place: hear about opportunities, teams, training and projects, and discern how you and your church can play your part.


One of the great advantages of being online is that we will have friends from all over the globe sharing stories or leading seminars, including Rob and Liz Glover, Stavros Ignatiou, Sharo and Alexis Ahmedi, Mark Galpin, and others still to confirm. There will be opportunities to hear about latest church-planting teams and to pray together for unreached nations.


This conference is for you if you are:
– Already engaged in cross-cultural gospel witness, on your doorstep or in another nation.
– Wanting to find your place in cross-cultural mission.
– Passionate about the global gospel, the global church and the global missions conversation.


Tickets cost £20 per screen and you can sign up by clicking the button below. Under the ‘Unreached Network’ umbrella we also offer training, resources, connection to help equip churches to send and support cross-cultural partners, to equip church planting teams for contextual effectiveness, and to interact with the wider missions conversation.


By Andy McCullough

Andy was born and grew up in Cyprus, is married to Jessica – who is South African – and has four children who were born in the UK but grew up in the Middle East. Currently based in Reading, he is involved in planting churches and coaching church planters, is an avid student of language, culture, mission and the Bible, and is the author of ‘Global Humility: Attitudes for Mission’.