Uzbeks in NYC

UZBEKS IN NYC: A Very Reachable People Group

“For you are not being sent to a people of unintelligible speech or difficult language, but to the house of Israel, nor to many peoples of unintelligible speech or difficult language, whose words you cannot understand. But I have sent you to them who should listen to you;~Ezekiel 3:5-6

Nearly a million Muslim and Jewish Uzbeks have found a home in the greater NYC area. Planting churches among these people is difficult yet welcome.

There are few cultural centers as large or diverse as New York City. The city teams with people from every walk of life and from nearly every nation and people group of the world. One such people group is the Uzbek people. There are over one million Jewish and Muslim Uzbeks residing in NYC, whom, because of their population density, easily maintain their own unique culture which can provide difficulty in outreach.

As with any people group, the best way to truly make an impact is with an indigenous witness. With this in mind, this project aims to sponsor Pastor D, an Uzbekistan church planter who has recently been granted refugee status after years of multiple imprisonments and persecution. Having received intensive inner healing, the Uzbek pioneer and his family are currently working to plant a church in New York City in order to reach their countrymen for Christ.

Due to the sensitive nature of this project, further information is available upon request at info@jordanlewismissions.org.

Due to the sensitive nature of this project, further information is available upon request at info@jordanlewismissions.org.

 

Nearly a million Muslim and Jewish Uzbeks have found a home in the greater NYC area. Planting churches among these people is difficult yet welcome.

Due to the sensitive nature of this project, further information is available upon request at info@jordanlewismissions.org. Donations of any dollar value are greatly appreciated.

Uzbek family in NYC

All donations go 100% to the JLMF projects and are tax deductible through 501c3 status.