Stephen & Annette Morley
Elizabeth & Ben Hughes
Matthew Morley
Republic of Ireland since 2011

Stephen and Annette Morley are specialized assignment missionaries with the Church of the Nazarene in the Republic of Ireland. They make their home in Wicklow Town,
County Wicklow, on the east coast of Ireland, just south of Dublin. Married in 1989, the Morleys have two children. Elizabeth, is a teacher, having recently
married a great guy named Ben Hughes. They both live and work in the KC area. Matthew, our son, is currently a junior at Point Loma Nazarene University, where he is a
Christian Ministries major. Prior to their present assignment, Steve & Annette served in pastoral ministry for 21
years. They most recently served as the Senior Pastor in Richland, Washington. Stephen and Annette are products of the international church. Stephen was raised in a
pastor’s home in England, Denmark, and the U.S. His parents: Rev. Frank & Margaret Morley. Annette was an MK in South Africa. Her parents are Rev. Denzil & Kay Dodds.
Stephen serves as District Superintendent for the Pioneer District of Ireland, leading a team charged with the responsibility of developing the work in the Republic of Ireland.
Annette carries the responsibility for Republic of Ireland Field Finance. In addtion, both Annette and Stephen, along with Ted & Sarah Voigt lead the work in the community of
Wicklow. The work in Wicklow is progressing and moving forward. When the Morley’s arrived in Wicklow they knew no one… today they have a monthly worshiping event called Family
Table and this summer the team is looking at renting a facility in Wicklow where they can open a Family Centre. In this centre they will look to offer a variety of services…
from a Play Cafe, bible classes for Children and Parenting Classes to Prayer gatherings and a Ladies study group.
In addition to these exciting developments in Wicklow, and our church in Greystones, the Morley’s are looking to reach out into other communities, sharing the love of
Jesus… making Christlike Disciples in the nations

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