- networking among immigrant groups
- God to call some to be missionaries in both urban and aboriginal areas
- revival in the country
- the church in Darwin as it reaches out, particularly to Asians living there
- possibilities of work in other cities
This mission district continues to develop after several years of ministry investment. A Filipina pastor registered the Free Methodist Church in Darwin, Australia, in 2001. There are now congregations with attendees from French, Australian, Aborigine, Malaysian and Filipino cultural groups and among refugees connected to the FM work in Africa. There is also increasing interest in connecting with immigrant groups from the Middle East.
David Clement is currently a U.S.- based missionary serving Asia. As a member of the Asia Leadership Team, Dr. David Clemente regularly travels to consult with pastors and supervise selected Asian leaders. He is an Asia Area Assistant Director overseeing FMWM...
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Church Planting & Development
Free Methodist minsitry in Australia is a church-in-formation.This includes two Tongan ministries, two Congolese fellowships and some other developing work.