EVANGELISM IN UKRAINE
& THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
You’ve heard it before: Music has the power to move people. When that music is paired with powerful Truth, their hearts and souls respond.
Music Mission Kiev uses sacred music to share the gospel with a country that lived under years of spiritual suppression. This message has flourished into a dynamic evangelistic ministry that serves people in Kyiv and reaches beyond the borders of Ukraine to other countries in the former Soviet Union.
Discover the distinct ways Music Mission Kiev shares the gospel.
Through regular Bible studies and encouraging fellowship during rehearsals, musicians grow closer to Christ and learn how to use their gifts for His glory. They are now leaders in our care ministries.
The gospel is powerfully proclaimed in word and music at every KSOC concert. We encourage fellow believers to bring friends to our concerts in Ukraine, where they will hear sacred musical masterpieces that praise and point to the Savior.
We planted our first church in Kyiv in 1994 (now operating independently of our ministry), followed by another in 2005. Evangelism and discipleship is central to this community of faith, including outreach to widows, orphans, and victims of war, as well as Bible studies, evangelism training, and fellowship.
CHILDREN'S BIBLE & MUSIC MINISTRIES
Blending Scripture-based lessons with exposure to music is a vital part of our ministry to children and youth in our church community and the orphanages we serve. This includes teaching Bible lessons, offering music lessons, and providing Bible camps throughout the year.
Light of God's Love
When a friend invited her to church, Lena immediately refused because she thought it was a cult. Then she attended a Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus concert. There she heard music that glorified God and a gospel message that spoke to her soul. Her heart softened, Lena decided to visit the church and Saturday Bible lessons. She learned about God, His Word, and His deep love for her. She responded to His offer of grace and surrendered her life to Him. Lena once described her life as “hell on earth.” Now she lives in the light of God’s love.