Keith & Lyn Scott
Keith and Lyn are serving in the Diocese of Northern Zambia, at St John’s Theological Seminary, Kitwe. They began this new term of service in 2017, but they previously served in Kitwe between 2002
Keith is part of the teaching staff at St John’s and is involved in ministry in local parishes around Kitwe. Lyn teaches English at the college as well as helping develop study and preaching skills. She's also involved with the local Mothers' Union.
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Ronnie & Maggie Briggs
Ronnie and Maggie Briggs are based in Kajiado Diocese, Kenya, where they have spent many years as CMSI Mission Partners. Their current term of service began in 2015, following a four-year period back in Ireland, when Ronnie served as CMSI’s Mission Director and Partnership Coordinator.
Ronnie and Maggie work as part of the diocese's Development Department, supporting Maasia communities in a couple of locations.
The Zimmerman Family
Deirdre Zimmerman (née Lloyd) is a nutritionist and a former CMSI Mission Partner. She currently works as an advisor to NCPS, a nutrition organisation in Nepal. Mark works at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu as Senior Clinician with input into the training of medical personnel.
Zachary and Benjamin attend Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC), which is managed by our Global Partners HDCS.
Isabelle is a former CMSI Mission Partner who previously worked in Kenya, where she supported the work of the Urban Development Programme (UDP) of All Saints' Cathedral, Nairobi.
During her years working for the EU in Brussels, Isabelle continued her link with the UDP. Now, having retired, she has moved back to live in Nairobi.
Alison, Paul & Jeremy Guinness
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.