Dresden

God has a dream for Dresden that extends to impact the entire world! Dresden is the capital and, with a population of 540,000 residents, is the second largest city of the German State of Saxony. We believe Dresden has a key role to play in the coming revival in Germany, Europe and the nations.


Discipling refugees

In the fall of 2016 we sent a small team to live and minister in Dresden. They are working mainly with a church of refugees. Mostly from Iran, these people arrived in Germany over the last two years. Since arriving in Germany they have found Jesus, many of them receiving baptism. Many feel a calling to join in the Great Commission in preaching the Gospel but feel unequipped to do so as they have little foundation in their faith.

After being asked by the church to help we decided to launch a discipleship program for these refugee as we believe they have a critical role in the kingdom transformation of Germany but also as missionaries to the many multitudes more refugees living in Germany and Europe. Since launching the school in March it has grown to over 40 participants. We are excited by what God is doing in the lives of those involved.

Partner with us in discipling refugees!

You have the option to become a missions partner with one of these refugees. They need people who will commit to praying for them as well as people to give financial support for their training. Partnering with a refugee costs 200€ and can be donated through YWAM Herrnhut's giving page with the payment description "Dresden DTS".


Worship Gatherings Dresden

We have also launched regular worship nights. These are really powerful times in the presence of God with people encountering the deep love of Jesus along with amazing supernatural miracles taking place.


or email us directly at dresden@ywamherrnhut.com


Romans 10:14
How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?

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