Andrew & Joanne Quill
Andrew and Joanne will be relocating to South Sudan in 2024 to partner with Bishop Wilson Kamani and his staff team in holistic discipleship and ministry in Ibba. The vision of Ibba Diocese is to facilitate peace building and reconciliation, engage in evangelism and prayer, as well as promoting sustainable community development – a vision which the Quills share.
Using their skills in pastoral ministry and counselling, Joanne and Andrew will support CMSI’s partners in Ibba Diocese as God’s kingdom work continues in South Sudan.
Isabelle is a former CMSI Mission Partner who previously worked in Kenya, supporting the work of the Urban Development Programme (UDP) of All Saints' Cathedral, Nairobi.
During her years working for the EU in Brussels, Isabelle maintained her link with the UDP. Now, having retired from the EU, she continues to support the UDP from Nairobi.
The Guinness Family
Alison (née Gill) is a former CMSI Mission Partner who has been working with the Church in Burundi since 2009. In recent years, her work has focused on developing new opportunities to help send Burundian missionaries to work in North Africa.
Alison met Paul Guinness, a missionary with OM (Operation Mobilisation) in Burundi and they were married in 2015. Baby Jeremy joined the family a year later and was followed by Grace in 2018 and Lydia in 2020.
Former Mission Associates
A big thank you to the Zimmermans for many years of service in Nepal. They finished their term of service with CMS Ireland in 2023 and are now living, working and pastoring in New Hampshire, USA.