Rory, Denise and Gideon live, work, learn and play at Kiwoko Hospital, Uganda. Follow their latest news and updates here.
SOUTH SUDAN: Yei Diocese
Yei Diocese has led the way in primary educational provision in South Sudan. Immanuel Model Senior Secondary School has now also opened its doors to pupils. Pray for Principal Joyce Siama and for the teachers and support staff, as they develop the school and seek to lay firm Christian foundations.
Job Opportunity: Mission Director, CMS Ireland
CMS Ireland is currently seeking to appoint a new Mission Director to lead the organisation in the next phase of its development. Further details can be found by clicking on 'Current Opportunities' to the right of this homepage.
The Latest News from CMS Ireland
CMS Ireland Mission Director, Ronnie Briggs and his wife, Maggie, were recently accepted as ‘Mission Partners in Training’ with the Society and are hoping to return to Kenya towards the end of February 2015.
Posted by Roger Cooke, 8 days ago | 0 comments
Chris MacBruithin, a Church of Ireland Ordinand, recently carried out his ministry placement in Madi West Nile Diocese (Uganda), where he spent three weeks with his wife, Sarah. In the upcoming edition of inMission magazine, Chris shares some of his highlights from the visit, but here, Sarah offers her own reflections.
Posted by Roger Cooke, 4 days ago | 0 comments
Mission Associate Mark Zimmerman (Nepal) recently wrote about his visit to Foxford, Co. Mayo, to see Trevor Strong. It’s a moving story that celebrates the importance of people and relationship in God’s great work of mission.
Posted by Roger Cooke, 27 days ago | 1 comments
The Latest Blog Posts
What is your perception of a missionary? Denise shares some of her reflections.
Posted by Rory Wilson, 19 days ago | 2 comments
Paul offers some reflections on the role of ‘extras’ in God’s big production of mission.
Posted by Paul and Tania Baker, about 1 month ago | 3 comments
Rory gives advice on safe driving in Kampala.
Posted by Rory Wilson, about 1 month ago | 1 comments