On this page, read the most recent stories of our Church's work in Myanmar, Vanuatu, India, Taiwan and around the world.
Stories from those serving in mission
Stories from 2020
Partners in Mission Serving in Myanmar: Blog
Prior to the military coup, Wayne and Helen Harray served with the Presbyterian Church of Myanmar, at Tahan Theological College. This was the first time our Church had mission workers serving in Myanmar, so it was a big step forward in our partnership. Read the blog they wrote during their time in Myanmar here
Serving our global partners in Vanuatu
Brian and Ally Mackay were serving at Talua for one year until Covid-19 and then Cyclone Harold caused a dramatic change of plans. Read their story
Nicol Family Trip to Taiwan
During December 2019 and January 2020, Presbyterian ministers Andrew and Charissa Nicol and their children were privileged to spend nine weeks in Malaysia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Read about their experiences.
My Mission in Myanmar
Wayne Harray put his background as a farmer to good use turning 15 acres of unutilised farm land owned by Tahan Theological College into a profitable operation that both provided food for Tahan's students, and acted as a demonstration farm to build local capability. Read Wayne's story
My Journey to Teaching at Tahan
Helen Harray served as a teacher at Tahan Theological College from July 2018 until March 2020. Learn some of the highlights and challenges of Helen's work teaching English to the College's students, who were aged between 16-24.Read Helen's story
Leith Valley Church on a Mission in Myanmar
A team of seven, led by Leith Valley Church minister the Very Rev Richard Dawson, spent 6-22 January 2020 in service to our Church’s partner in mission, the Presbyterian Church of Myanmar (PCM). Read the story
Read Kathy Boyland's story of her adventure in Myanmar.
Stories from Spanz