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Ministry In Mount Magnet And Surrounds, Western Australia

Surendra and May Wesley are carrying out ministry in Mount Magnet, Western Australia, under the shared support of the Presbyterian Inland Mission and Australian Presbyterian World Mission.
In this video, posted by APWM’s Kevin Murray during a recent visit, Surendra speaks about the response to the establishment phase of their work.

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John & Kara Dekker Heading To Vanuatu (via APWM)

from the Australian Presbyterian World Mission Blog.

John and Kara Dekker will be commissioned for service at Talua on Saturday February 14, in a service commencing at 3:00pm, at Frankston Presbyterian Church, 38 Radiata St, Frankston North, Victoria.

Please come and join us in praying for this ministry and witness a significant step in our partnership with the Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu.

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An Update From Dili (via APWM)

This news about the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Timor Leste’s new building in Dili comes from APWM.

Robert Benn is currently in Timor Leste for APWM. Here are some photos of the church building in the capital, Dili. Thank you to everyone who gave through PresAID to make this possible. Robert writes “This Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Timor Leste was born about 6 years ago. We are now formally “partners” – and what a privilege. About 12 elders and ministers of the IEPTL arrived on buses, motor-bikes and cars at the new church site for a day long discussion on issues relating to this 6 year partnership.
Firstly we toured the new buildings, as yet unfinished, but targeted for completion at the end of November. Church building. Multi-purpose building. Pastor’s home with enough room for accommodation of others. All very impressive. The church building will comfortably seat about 400 to 450. Opening date is 13th December, with our own Moderator General as the guest speaker. All very exciting! Now for the long-long and productive discussion using English, Indonesian and Tetun . . a couple of people being the translators. . . . .”