...the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few
LATEST NEWS
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The July 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports on the Mission Board visit to Kenya for the Pastor’s Conference and the workteam who visited Uganda in April. Robert McConnell provides an update on the School Ministry and Alex Bernabeu reports on the work in Spain. Also included, is news of a new Missionary programme at the Whitefield College. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - JULY 2023
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The May 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports on the recent visit to Uganda together with announcements on the new Mission Board Training Seminars. We also provide updates on the work of Chris Killen and Jonathan Smith. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - MAY 2023
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The March 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports on the Retirement Dinner for Revs Harris and Park, and the Missionary Council Weekend. Also included is a notice to mark the 25th Anniversary of Miss Joy Gillespie and some updates from the Treasurer together with details of the Missionary Rally at the Easter Convention. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - MARCH 2023
MISSIONARY VISION MAGAZINE
The January 2023 edition of Missionary Vision is available in the gallery section. This edition includes reports from our Home Evangelists and the United Children’s Camp, together with news from Liberia. The newsletter also provides details of recent changes in both the Mission Board and Missionary Council and provides information on the proposed Mission Trips to Kenya and Uganda. Click Here to view the magazine.
MISSION NEWS - JANUARY 2023
NEW CHAIRMEN APPOINTED
Leadership changes took place last autumn in the Missionary work of our denomination as a new Chairman was appointed to both the Mission Board and Missionary Council. These changes came about because the ten year term in office had come to an end for Rev Ian Harris as Chairman of the Mission Board and Rev David Park as Chairman of the Missionary Council.

At the Presbytery meeting in Armagh in September 2022, Rev Colin Mercer was appointed as the new Chairman of the Mission Board. Rev Mercer is the minister of Omagh Free Presbyterian Church and has previously ministered in the congregations in Castlederg, Mourne and Greenville (USA). While in America, Mr Mercer served for seven years on the North American Mission Board; and, for six of those years, he was the Secretary of their Board.

Rev Mercer has been a member of the Ulster Mission Board for just over five years, and during that period, served for three and a half years as the Secretary of the Ugandan subcommittee.

At the meeting of the October 2022 Presbytery in Crossgar, Mr Eric Graham, Clerk of Session of the Lisburn Church, was appointed as the new Chairman of the Missionary Council. Mr Graham is a foundation member of the Lisburn congregation and was elected as one of the first elders of the church in 1977.

Eric’s wife Mrs Mona Graham was appointed to the Missionary Council in 1970 and has continued serving on the Council faithfully since that time, and Eric then joined her in that role approximately twenty years ago. Mr Graham has also been a member of the Mission Board for approximately eight years.

Both new Chairmen have a great vision and burden for Missionary work, and they have wide experience in visiting the Mission Field. Please pray that they will both know the Lord’s wisdom, guidance, and blessing on their term in Office.
MISSION NEWS - DECEMBER 2022
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