Eunice Burden

Eunice has worked with OMF in central Thailand since 1999, although her involvement in the country goes back to 1977. Her main ministry focus is in the creation of training material for the development of lay leadership. The aim is primarily to encourage and equip local Thai Christians to lead and teach in their own churches without having to leave their homes and attend Bible college. Eunice also works in schools, and teaches and preaches in churches, seminars and camps.

For her latest news click here.

Edwin Buwule

More details of Edwin's work can be found here.
Edwin has also written the first part of an account of God's working in his life. The first installment relates to some of the time that he spent in Nailsea. To read it, head over to the Noticeboard page, and look for the photo of Edwin and Rhona.

Steve Loader

Steve is a chaplain to seafarers at Portbury and Avonmouth Docks in Bristol. In January 2015 he became a full time Counties Evangelist, based at the docks, seeking to share God's Word and to encourage the seafarers.

For Steve's latest news click here.


Eric and Rosemary Barrett began ‘4H’ / Helping HIS Hungarian Heroes after they met and married in 2003, following long careers in Earth and Space science, and corporate insurance, respectively. From their Clevedon home where they maintain the ‘4H’ Office, they travel frequently to the Hungarian-speaking region of Eastern Europe (the ‘Carpathian Basin’), where they seek to encourage Hungarian Churches and Believers in various ways – specially but not only through provision of ‘Aid’, support for new church building projects, part support for ‘Young Christian Workers’, literature preparation and free distribution, and speaking in universities and colleges, schools, churches, public venue outreach events and other places.

For the latest news from 4H, click here.

Ian and Caralee Loring

Ian and Caralee Loring have been living in Korce, Albania since 1991, and have three children. They arrived after the fall of Communism when there were no churches, only 5 older men who met secretly. Now there are a string of interdependent churches across the south east. These churches are also involved in caring for the needs of the communities around them and are active in projects like “meals on wheels”, safe homes, a clinic and a residential home for elderly. Their most recent project was a big outreach to children in June using the city's sports centre. To see a short video about this click here.

More details of Ian and Caralee's work can be found here, and for their latest newsletter, click here. If you are on Facebook, for really up-to-date information, you can look at Caralee's Facebook page: Caralee Albarian Loring.

Neil Wylie

Neil is the Connect Schools Worker, based at Nailsea School.

For Neil's latest news click here.

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