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MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The January 2024 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes details of the forthcoming Mission Vision Conference and Anniversary service, and reports on the recent Missionary Council weekend and the Moderator visit to Nepal. We also carry details of the new Uganda Building and Vehicle Appeal, the booking details for the United Children’s Camp and the 2024 Mission Trips to Spain and Asia. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - JANUARY 2024
NEW CHURCH PLANT IN SPAIN
On Saturday, October 21st, the congregation in Alcorcon had the great joy of seeing the doors of the new church building open of its mission point in the city of Aranjuez. Aranjuez is located about 29 miles south from Alcorcon, about 40 minutes away by car. It is a very famous city in Spain with a very important history in the past. It receives a lot of tourists through the year. Its population is about 60.000 people.

The church premises are located at the end of one of the streets that lead directly to the royal palace of the city, on the corner of another important street with a lot of traffic coming up and down. Because of its location, the church can be seen very easily by lots of people throughout the day. Previously, the premises were a bank. Taking out that safe they left behind was a real achievement! After the necessary refurbishment, the building is now a beautiful place for God’s people to worship Him and the preaching of His Holy Word.

The meeting took place at 7p.m. About 90 people attended the meeting, 11 of them were first-time visitors, and seven had never been to a Protestant church. I had the joy of leading the meeting. After a time of praise, prayer and reading the Word, I gave way to Rev John Hanna, who briefly recounted the history of the Presbyterian Christian Church in Spain. Immediately afterwards, he entrusted Rev Raphael Oliveira to the work in Aranjuez with the corresponding imposition of the hands of the church session in Alcorcon and Rev Mark Witte, our missionary in the work in Toledo, who also attended the meeting with his family.

Raphael himself then preached from Genesis 35:1-15. The topic was “Why to open new churches?” Its main points were: because it is God’s command, because it is the place that God has designated for His people to worship Him, and because it is the place where the Gospel must be preached. At the close of the meeting, several sisters from Alcorcon, Toledo and Aranjuez provided a delicious dinner for the attendees, thus having a good time of communion afterwards. The following day, the church in Aranjuez had their first meetings for worship, with an attendance of 23 people.

We are very thankful to the Lord for His faithfulness and mercy towards us and the work in Spain. We can see God’s hand upon us as He continues to spread His kingdom through these new works in our country. To Him be the glory!
ANGEL ALVAREZ FERNANDEZ - NOVEMBER 2023
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The November 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports on the two Children’s Summer Camps and the Mission Trip to Kenya. Also included is a report of the Moderator’s Visit to Uganda for the Pastor’s Conference. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - NOVEMBER 2023
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The September 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports on the new Church Building in Port Lincoln, Australia, and the recent visit to Nepal. Also included is a report of the Sending Forth Service for the Carscadden Family and the Mission Team trip to Uganda, together with news on the Bible Training Institute and the new Youth Devotional book. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2023
AUSTRALIA NEWSLETTER
The work in Australia continues with Rev Gardiner in Perth, Rev Hall in Tasmania and and Rev Graham in Lock and Port Lincoln. This latest report will provide you with an update on the work there and give prayer points to support the men and the ministry in Australia. Click here for the newsletter
MISSION NEWS - JULY 2023
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