Dan and Phillipa Munday are CMS mission partners in training, preparing to go to work in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Dan is a doctor and Phillipa
is a teacher. They have lived and worked in Warwick for 14 years and are members of St
Mark’s Church, Leamington Spa.
Previously they spent time in London, Shrewsbury, Aberdeen
and a three-year term in Nepal 1988-91. Their sons Ben, James and Alasdair are all grown up
and independent (Alasdair is still at university). They all support them in their call back to Nepal.
Dan has worked for many years in palliative care, where he has also been involved in leadership, research and development. In Kathmandu he will begin with intensive language study and take some time to explore a number of exciting ways in which his experience and knowledge may best be used to serve the Nepalese people.
Phillipa has been teaching English to speakers of other languages in community classes. She is also qualified to work with students who have specific learning difficulties (dyslexia, etc). She will work in
student support at Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC).
Established 25 years ago, KISC is an excellent school, which provides quality education, primarily for the children of mission partners and expatriate volunteers in Nepal. EQUIP, a project run by
KISC, offers training and support to schools within Kathmandu and in rural areas. KISC’s vision is always focused on sharing the love of Jesus, not least through the work that the parents are enabled to do,
because it is there.
Dan and Phillipa have always been active in their local church life, including music, children’s work and leading house groups. They are really looking forward to sharing with Nepali brothers and sisters
in Christ who have such different lives, but the same Lord!
For more information contact:
, Church Mission Society
Watlington Road, Oxford OX4 6BZ
Tel: 01865 787400
Registered Charity No 1131655