Jo Rogers’ time in Tanzania came to an end late June. She has faithfully journeyed with many students in her role in the English Language department at Msalato Theological College and has spent weekends visiting and supporting some of the students who have graduated. She will be thoroughly missed. She returns to NZ in late July after a time of holiday, and will be visiting churches and supporters during September and October.
Marion McChesney, who has been in Tanzania since 2010 working at both Canon Andrea Mwaka School and Msalato Theological College, has now finished her time in Africa. She will be visiting churches and supporters during August, September and October.
Celia Haggitt’s time serving as the Deputy Principal for the Canon Andrea Mwaka School in Tanzania has come to an end. She returns to New Zealand at the end of July and is planning to get back into teaching in Auckland.
Anna Tovey returned to New Zealand in early June after visiting connections across Europe. Now that her scouting season in Kenya has come to an end she is in the process of applying to be a long-term Mission Partner.
Katie arrived back in New Zealand at the end of June after five months of training with St Andrew’s Hall in Melbourne. She’ll be spending these next couple of months connecting with supporters before she leaves for Spain in September.
Carol Roger will be returning to New Zealand early in July after six months teaching at the primary school connected to Kapuna Hospital in Papua New Guinea.
Iri will be in NZ for a personal visit spending time with Kate and family and friends for a few weeks in July.
During July and August Anne and Anthony will continue with their Leave and Home Service, connecting with supporters, both old and new. They also hope to get a decent time of holiday during August.