Since 1891, Kiwis have been part of CIM/OMF

We have had many Kiwis who have gone out with CIM/OMF to East Asia.
The first missionary from New Zealand was Annie Harrison from Christchurch, who set sail in August 1891.  The North and South Island Councils were formed on June 1, 1894, to help mobilise and process new workers. And in 1951, the North and South Island Councils merged to form the National Council.

Today, the National Council is led by Chairman Mr. John Good, and thirteen other members that represent a wide range of constituents within the New Zealand church.

We currently have approximately 25 NZ Members serving in over 12 different locations throughout Asia.