Foreign Mission Stations
The PRC have two foreign missionaries working in the Philippines at present, with metro Manila as the base. Rev.Daniel Kleyn (assisted by his wife Sharon) and Rev. Daniel Holstege (assisted by his wife Leah) carry out the responsibilities for a number of labors with churches, pastors, and contacts throughout this country (See map to the left). Visit their website to learn more about these labors. You may also visit the Kleyn's blog to see a more personal side to the life and work in this foreign land.
In addition, the PRC help support the mission labors of the Covenant PRC (N.Ireland) in Limerick, Ireland, where Rev. Martyn McGeown serves as missionary. And, several of our congregations are involved with labors in India (Georgetown PRC) and in Myanmar (Hope PRC, Walker). Our sister church in Singapore (Covenant ERC) is also involved in mission labors in India, in Kolkata, through her missionary Rev. Emmanuel Singh.
Secretary for Foreign Mission Committee:
This is a mission field of the Covenant PRCNI, financially supported by the PRCA.
Missionary: Rev. Martyn McGeown
38 Abbeyvale, Corbally,
Mission:Limerick Reformed Fellowship
Worshiping at: Conradh na Gaeilge Hall
Thomas St., Limerick City
Services: 11:00 a.m.; 5:30 p.m.View items...
Rev. R.Smit and Rev. D.Kleyn will be traveling to Southern Negros Occidental this week Monday through Wednesday (May 20-22). They will be conducting classes with a group of pastors there on Monday and Wednesday. On Tuesday they will be giving their speeches in Hinobaan on the theme “The Sovereignty Of God Over All Things.”
The annual BPRC’s conference was held on April 26. Rev. R.Smit and Rev. D.Kleyn gave the four speeches concerning “The Sovereignty Of God Over All Things” (Sovereignty and Creation, Sovereignty and Salvation, Sovereignty and the Inspiration of Scripture, Sovereignty and the Responsibility of Man). To read about this conference and to listen to the speeches given, visit the Kleyn's blog.
[From the 1st Reformed Church of Bulacan Bulletin]: Missionary R.Smit and his family (the Philippines) will soon be taking a six week furlough to the USA. They plan to leave on June 4, and return mid-July. Rev. Smit will give presentations to the PRCA members concerning the mission work here in the Philippines. He will also preach in some of the churches, and attend the annual PRCA Synod (June 11-14). May God bless their time away and give them safety as they travel.