Welcome to the Donegal Town Presbyterian Church Mission page.

On this page you can see an overview of the individuals and Organizations the the Donegal Town Presbyterian Church and Congregation support through donations to the Mission fund.

Our Missionaries Abroad

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John & Alma Baker - Mayotte

Africa Inland Mission is dedicated to the establishment of Christ-centered churches among all African peoples.

Our heart is to see the worship of Jesus Christ spread across the continent of Africa - through individual lives fully committed to Him, and collectively through Christ-centered church communities. The Church in Africa is vast and growing daily. But with over 900 African people groups who have yet to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ, the task is far from finished.


John, Alma and Anya Baker

Frances Swaray - Saclepea Mission Liberia

Frances Swaray with Rev John Bleah, Director of Saclepea Mission
and Daada Luogon the European Representative Monrovia, Liberia

This year in January God opened the door for me to go to Liberia for three months. I was invited by Daada Luogon to go to Saclepea Mission which is based in Nimba County, this is up in the North East near the Guinea border. My mission was simply to observe and serve in whatever capacity I could. My academic and professional life is in health, social and community development and my promise to God was that I would say yes to everything that I was asked to do regardless of it being outside my comfort zone.

It was like jumping off a cliff and free falling - both terrifying and exhilarating. But I knew that I trusted God completely to use my skills, inspire me with new ideas and meet my needs. God did not let me down, to summarize all that was achieved in 3 months is difficult and when I read it, it is hard to believe but then we have an amazing God who does exceedingly more than we could ever imagine.

I thought my work was finished in Saclepea when I left the mission; However, God had other plans for me. While in Monrovia before I left for Ireland, God woke me up and with that same knowing in my spirit I knew I was to give a year of my life to serve in Saclepea. God wanted me to return to support the work He had begun. This was a new season, a time of restoring and healing broken lives and broken communities.

Other Mission Organizations we support


Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)

Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centred organisation, whose purpose is:

  • To evangelise boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ
  • To edify (disciple) them in the Word of God
  • To establish them in a local church

We endeavour to do this through our various ministries to children and young people.

CEF is an interdenominational, international organisation working in over 190 countries around the world. Our passion is to teach the Bible to children in a fun and relevant way!


Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF)


You'll find MAF in the hardest-to-reach locations, where people live isolated from the rest of the world, cut off from the most basic necessities. Our highly trained pilots maneuver Cessna and KODIAK aircraft through rugged terrain. And while passengers might hold their breath, MAF pilots skillfully land at short, unimproved airstrips on the sides of mountains, in jungle clearings, or on tropical rivers—to bring medicine and doctors, disaster relief, education, evangelists, Bible translators, food supplies, agriculture and clean water projects, and more. Why do we do it? Because we’re passionate about sharing Christ's love beyond where the road ends.

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Open Doors


Christians in the Middle East are in desperate need of hope.

War and severe persecution threaten their very survival. Many have fled their homes to escape Islamic extremists intent on destroying the church. But many courageous Christians have chosen to stay. They want to shine in the darkness with the light of Christ, now and in the future. They believe they have a vital role to play in rebuilding their shattered societies.

We asked church leaders and Christians from Syria and Iraq what would give them hope. They highlighted three things: equality, dignity and responsibility.