“Brothers and sisters, pray for us.” (1 Thess. 5:25)
Yvonne is serving in northern Ghana, where she is involved in helping Christian business people put the gospel into practice in their daily lives.
Watler and Ella are part of a small Serving In Mission team in Zimbabwe.
Victor and Rachel are long-term mission workers in Mseleni, South Africa. Victor is a doctor at the local hospital, while Rachel runs an orphanage and children’s home.
Tom and Jemma are both teachers at Bingham Academy,, Ethiopia. They have always wanted to share their faith through their work but found that impossible in the UK – they both see it as a huge joy that they are able to do that at Bingham.
Tim is involved in mission training in Russia and the UK. He is sent by Danbury Mission Evangelical Church in Essex.
Tim is our Engage Coordinator, helping bring cross-cultural workers into UK churches from overseas.
Tim and Rachel are both doctors serving in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. Tim is a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon, Medical Director at CURE Children’s Hospital of Ethiopia, and runs the PAACS orthopaedic training programme in Ethiopia. Rachel trains GPs at Addis Ababa University, and supports healthcare workers to integrate their faith and work.
Theresa lives in Addis Ababa, where Theresa is a history teacher at Bingham Academy, a Christian school teaching the children of mission workers, the international community and Ethiopian families. She is sent by Hamilton Baptist Church.
Ted and Rachel Watts, with their two boys are sent by Beeston Free Evangelical Church to work in Madagascar, at the Good News Hospital of Mandritsara.
Steven and Jo Wheatley, supported by St Mary’s Church, Maidenhead, are currently serving in Nanjoka, Malawi.
Retired GP Stephen and his wife Heather are serving as associate members in West Africa, where they help train health professionals in palliative care. Their…
Stephanie serves in Thailand, where she teaches at Grace International School for missionary kids.
Cat and Somchai serve with SIM’s Sports Friends ministry, which seeks to make disciples of Jesus Christ using the powerful platform of sport.
Simon leads the dental team at a clinic at the Eternal Love Winning All (ELWA) Hospital in Monrovia. Grace is a nurse and supports medical staff and patients at the same hospital. The couple are sent by St Gregory’s Church, Crakehall, north Yorkshire.
Simon and Ally, along with their children Samuel, Mia and Madeline, are serving in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Simon is using his medical skills to provide…
Sarah is serving in South Africa using Creative Arts Therapy and trauma work to help people in a community full of gang crime, poverty and inequality.
Sarah serves in Bolivia, with children with disabilities and their families, providing support groups for parents, as well as free workshops for the kids themselves.
Samuel is a doctor and bio-medical scientist, who works short-term in Galmi Hospital, Niger. He is supported by Gracemead Church, Hatfield.
Ruth Guinness serves as Ministry Point Person for Theological and Missiological Education for SIM International. She also supports a small team of missionaries involved in theological education in Malawi.
Ron and Irma are working to disciple church pastors in South Africa. Ron teaches at two Bible schools and Irma leads Bible study groups.
Roland and Liesbeth are serving in West Africa among nomadic cattle herders.
Ram and Keshari serve in Rochdale among refugees, asylum seekers and South Asian people groups.
Phil and Chris are serving in Addis Ababa – Chris is teaching at Bingham Academy, an international school which teaches the children of mission workers and some Ethiopians; Phil is a doctor at SIM’s headquarters in Addis, helping provide medical care for our huge team there.
Phil and Carolyn are involved in Bible translation and medical work for West Africa.
Peter, Gillian and family, currently residing in the UK serve with HowWillTheyHear and Quest Academy.
Peter and Claire-Lise are serving in Paris, France where Peter is in leadership at Église Protestante Baptiste Du Val D’Europe and Claire-Lise is a midwife.
Sent by Holy Trinity Church in Norwich, Penny is SIM Ghana Director and leads the multi-cultural team there.
Paul and Tricia Todd are seconded by SIM Nigeria to work as Senior Editor of African Christian Textbooks (ACTS) a Nigerian-based Christian publishing and retailing company.
Paul and Hilary serve in Windhoek, where Paul teaches at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary and Hilary teaches at a local school whenever she gets the opportunity.
Pam works in Sandema, northern Ghana, where she encourages local churches with youth and children’s work.
Nicky is a key member of the City Ministries team in Nigeria, where she works with orphans and vulnerable children.
I have been serving in South Africa since 2004. I am involved in an evangelical and Anglican Christian theological college through the ladies chaplaincy department…
Michelle serves at Mukinge Hospital, Zambia where she is an anaesthetist and takes responsibility for Serving In Mission’s Zambian member care.
Why We ServeComing from very different backgrounds (Megumi born in Japan and Helen in Malawi), we were led very differently to mission. Helen felt God…
‘Maureen’ works in a sensitive location as a language teacher, building relationships with students and their families.
Matt and Lisa and their three children Joshua, Charis and Lydia are being sent by Avenue Community Church, Leicester to serve in Jos, Nigeria. Matt…
Meron (Mary) is sent by Eastridge church, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Through SIM’s Engage programme, she works alongside Inspire Saint James, based in central London.
Martin and Juliet, along with their children, are serving with SIM’s Sports Friends ministry in Thailand, which seeks to make disciples of Jesus Christ using…
Mark and Helen serve with SIM Ecuador in Loja one of the least reached areas of Ecuador located in the southern mountain region.
Mark is part of our mobilisation team and supports ministry in West Africa, whilst Cheryl is Third Culture Kids Coordinator
Malcolm is a former UK and International Director of SIM. They now support SIM leaders around the world and also have a role with Langham Partnership.
Lizzie White is from Barnabas Community Church, Shrewsbury. She has been serving in Peru and partnering with a local organisation called Aidia, focusing on rural development.
Liffy serves in West Africa, where she teaches English and works with street women. Sent by Eden Baptist Church, Cambridge, her heart is to share the gospel with people who do not know Jesus Christ.
Lawrence and Elizabeth serve at Harper Church, Glasgow where their main focus is on sharing the love of Christ with African diaspora, refugees and asylum seekers.
Serving in Ethiopia, Laurence is a Consultant serving at CURE, a paediatric hospital and Lauren is Elementary Principal at Bingham Academy.
June is our Scottish mobiliser and our Child Safety advocate, based near Edinburgh.
Jonny and Olga serve in the new Quechua communities on the edge of the city of Sucre in Bolivia.
Sent by Long Crendon Baptist Church in Aylesbury, John and Abi Hunt have been serving in Jos, Nigeria for many years. They are involved in Bible teaching and literacy work.
Jim and Megan served abroad for many years but are now based in Scotland. Jim is involved in training pastors in Benin, while Megan is SIM’s point person for education.
Jill Ireland is from St Andrew’s Church, Oxford. She has worked with Sports Friend’ in Thailand since 2008 and is now Sports Friends Deputy International Director.
Janetta manages the SIM guesthouse in Cochabamba, and also serves in a children’s home and an organisation that produces Sunday school resources.
Irene serves as a nurse in Lubango, Angola, primarily involved in the care for obstetric fistula patients.
Iain is looking forward to lecturing and developing programmes with the Namibian Evangelical Theological Seminary (NETS) in Windhoek.
Hilary and Marc Deneufchâtel (with Simon, Benjy and Eve) served in Benin from 2009 to 2020 where they were working in church development amongst the Monkolé people. Marc taught in the Monkolé churches, and Hilary coordinated the project translating the Bible into the local language.
Helen serves as the Personnel Director in the International Leadership Team and the International Operations Teams of SIM.
Hannah is Mobilisation Team Leader and our Mobiliser for central and south west England.
Graham is the Deputy Finance Director for SIM UK and treasurer for SIM Switzerland, whilst Trudy is working remotely for as SIM Ghana treasurer.
Geanne serves in South Africa through Melusi Christian Community, whose motto is ‘Serving Christ, serving others’. They glorify the Father by loving one another and caring for those who are in need and suffering.
Esther is a nurse, currently serving in Ghana, looking after children in care that are from different religious backgrounds.
Emma runs the university outreach programme for SIM worldwide from her base in South Africa. Sent by Trinity Church, Exeter, she lives in Cape Town and is developing opportunities for people to serve in a wide range of university ministries.
Donald and Ruth have served in Nigeria since 2013. Donald serves at JETS, a Bible school. Ruth serves the SIM team in personnel and is also involved in educational support at City Ministries, a centre for orphans and vulnerable children.
Donald and Becky serve with their family in central Mexico, helping train up local church planters to see lives changes and communities transformed by the gospel.
Sent by Kells Presbyterian Church in Northern Ireland, Debbie serves in Madagascar in the ‘Together in Bible Translation’ project currently based in Toliara, a town in the southeast of the country.
David, Maribel and their family are serving in a part of Mexico called the ‘circle of silence’,
David and Debbie Colvin worked in Africa for many years, but are now based in Northern Ireland. They both teach mission courses at the Irish Baptist College and lead various informal Bible studies.
The Smithers family live and work in a multi-cultural area of a northern city in the UK. They’re involved with a new church plant, where they’re focused on building relationships and engaging with the local community.
Darren plays a vital role in the smooth running of Serving In Mission, by acting as Finance Director. Ruthie’s role involves encouraging and equipping prayer coordinators across the SIM world. The family, who are supported by Cheam Baptist Church, are based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Claire Robinson has been working with Serving In Mission since 2010 and is now head teacher at Mukinge Hill Academy in Zambia.
Chris and Jackie with their daughter are sent by their church in Northern Ireland to work among one of the largest unreached people groups in…
Sent by New Life Bible Church in Wealdstone, Bev is Personnel Coordinator for the SIM Ghana team, based in Accra.
Beth is the Mobiliser for Ireland, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She works with enquirers and churches.
Ben works with Sports Friends International as the Director of Training. Sandeep is a Pharmacist Manager in a Private Hospital in the UK
Angus serves as Mobiliser for London and the South East, working with enquirers, churches and workers.
Andrew and Helen Curry, Thomas and Esther, supported by St Luke’s Church Hampstead are serving in West Africa. Andrew works with university students whilst Helen serves at a medical clinic.
Sent by churches across the UK, Andrew and his family are involved in a wide variety of ministries in West Africa from Bible translation to strengthening groups of local Christians.
Al and Rachel serve in Greece with their family. After a period of language study Al will work with European Christian Mission (ECM) as Country Coordinator and Rachel serves as Lead Mobiliser for the HowWillTheyHear refugee ministry collaboration.