Patrol Vehicle Appeal

Every year, our Patrol Teams travel thousands of kilometres, regularly meeting rough and broken roads, and covering large distances between towns and fuel sources. This means their vehicles face a life of wear and tear more severe than the average motorist. Because of this, each Patrol Team is equipped with a special issue four-wheel-drive vehicle, fitted with safety equipment, all-terrain tyres, winch and a UHF radio to help teams arrive at their travel destinations safely. These custom built vehicles can cost upwards of $55,000, plus ongoing yearly costs for operation and maintenance.

Whilst this may seem like an extravagant price tag, it is a necessary expense for the work and service of our Patrol Teams, enabling them to safely travel out, or return home, from their remote Gospel ministry.

We seek financial contributions from the broader church and our regular supporters to enable us to update the vehicles in our fleet which have reached, or are nearing their ‘use by date’

Snowy Mountains Patrol (NSW and VIC)

Noah and Nerroli Vasiliades began their work on the Snowy Mountains Patrol in January 2023. Since then, they have been working hard to engage in evangelism and discipling work in their home town of ...

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Mt Magnet Presbyterian Church (WA)

Alvin and Narelle Chai
Alvin and Narelle and their two children Elliot and Lewis moved to Mt Magnet in July 2020 after spending some time overseas as medical missionaries.
Alvin currently serves as ...

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Mungo (NSW and VIC)

Colin and Alison Morrow
Colin and Alison live in Mildura. For several days each week, they head out to visit people on farms and in small towns along the Murray River and into South Western NSW and ...

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New Dunesk

Just 2km south of the Riverina town of Ardlethan, on the eastern side of the Newell Highway sits the home of PIM, known fondly as New Dunesk: a place to Inspire, Equip and Send people out for Gospel ...

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St George Area (QLD)

Doug and Marcia Walker
Doug and Marcia started patrol ministry with PIM in early 2018. They live on their farm in Dulacca, and are active members of the church in Miles. They head out on regular ...

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Stuart Bonnington
PIM’s Superintendent Stuart Bonnington is appointed by the PIM Committee to support the PIM Teams, advance the mission objectives of PIM, and enable New Dunesk to ‘inspire, ...

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John Flynn Patrol – Beltana (SA)

AIM heritage is especially strong within the Beltana Area. This includes the fact that nearly all of the great names linked with the formation and foundation of the Australian Inland Mission were ...

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Other ways to give

Contact Us for bank deposit information.

Cheques or Money Orders: Make out to ‘Presbyterian Inland Mission’ and send to Presbyterian Inland Mission, PO Box 9, Ardlethan, NSW 2665.