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Gateway Church Munich


Are We?

We are a new Christian community for the city of Munich!

We don’t have too many services and formal meetings but we love to hang out together, eat together and pray together. The simplest way to get involved is to drop us a message and say hello!

Together, we are learning how to follow Jesus in our every day lives. Our passion is to worship God with our actions and words and to share his love with those around us.

Join the team?

Are you a pioneer with a sense of adventure? Do you have a passion to serve God at the frontline of every day ministry? Do you live in Munich or could Munich be a city you can see yourself living in?

If you can answer yes to these questions then maybe Gateway Church is a context where you could serve God and help us to establish an innovative and dynamic Christian community in one of Europe’s most influential cities.

We’d love to have a conversation with you about this! Use our contact page to get in touch!

Team Leaders

Nathan Adams and Rada Koprivica-Adams

Nathan and Rada moved to Munich in September 2016 with their two children, Anya and Aleksa. Previous to living in Munich Nathan and Rada were part of the team that planted and led Grace Church Wolverhampton in the UK. They lead Gateway Church Munich with the support of the Catalyst Network of churches which is part of the wider Newfrontiers movement.

In the UK, Nathan worked for the YMCA developing innovative services for homeless young people and helping to develop young Christian leaders across Europe. He has a degree in Youth Work & Theology and loves to build teams that are able to pioneer new ground.

Originally from Montenegro, Rada moved to the UK in 2002 and has a degree in Italian from the University of Birmingham. She is most passionate working in multi-cultural contexts and particularly with those experiencing the challenges that often accompany the label of being an immigrant.

You can read more about the family and their move to Munich at

Why Gateway?

The image of a Gateway is important to us as a community but it’s also symbolic of the city of Munich.

As well as having three remaining city gates (Karlstor, Sendlinger Tor and Isartor) Munich is a gateway geographically between western Europe and nations to the south and the east. Any work that builds the kingdom of God in Munich will have an impact on many other nations.

We believe that God is opening doors within the city as families, organisations and communities become open to God and what he is desiring to do.

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