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Kathryn began serving in Thailand in mid-2017, where she works alongside Hope Home, which provides a home for children with learning disabilities, and the Church of Christ in Thailand’s Aids Ministry, where she is developing the palliative care work. Kathryn, whose sending church is Wantage Christian Fellowship, previously volunteered with BMS in Thailand and South Africa.
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  • 16 Oct 2018
    On the road
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 04:27 on Oct 16th, 2018
    One of the joys of working with CAM is that I am getting to travel with some of the staff and see parts of Thailand that you wouldn’t necessarily see if you were on holiday here. A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to travel to the Fang region in northern Thailand, on the Myanmar boarder.
  • 21 Aug 2018
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 04:44 on Aug 21st, 2018
    So I have been working full time for over 2 months and although it is still very early days, I am finding a routine for myself. For example, every Friday I go to Baan Sabaay (the emergency shelter for people in times of crisis), with a member of the CAM team to spend time and have fellowship with th
  • 18 Jun 2018
    So the work begins…
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 09:27 on Jun 18th, 2018
    This month saw me complete my full-time language learning and begin working full time. To remind you what my projects are, I will be working with CAM and Hope Home. CAM stands for Church of Christ in Thailand AIDS ministry and Hope Home is a foster care home for children with disabilities.  It look
  • 16 May 2018
    1 year on…
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 09:05 on May 16th, 2018
    Last weekend (the 12/13th May) was my 1 year anniversary since moving to Thailand. I can still vividly remember the day I said goodbye to my family at Heathrow airport and sitting in the departure lounge feeling overwhelmed with the enormity of what I was doing and then arriving in Bangkok the next
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  • 16 Jul 2018
    An update from Kathryn
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 10:48 on Jul 16th, 2018
  • 30 Jun 2017
    Introducing Kathryn Smith
    Posted by Kathryn Smith at 13:21 on Jun 30th, 2017
  • Kathryn Smith will be on home assignment in the UK from 27 May to the 28 July 2019.

    Please note her schedule is fully booked, if you would like to visit a church where she will be speaking, then please refer to the schedule below.

    Smith Home Assignment Schedule:



    Sunday 2  The Olive Tree Church, Blenheim Crescent, Luton  10.30 am

    Tuesday 4 Oakridge Baptist Church, High Wycombe7pm

    Sunday 9  Penylan Baptist Church, Newport 11am

    • Lliswerry Baptist Church, Newport eve

    Thursday 13  Didcot Baptist Church, Wantage Road 7.30pm

    Saturday 15 Nailsea Baptist Church, Bristol

    Sunday 16  Gas Green Baptist Church, Cheltenham 10.45

    • Rugby Baptist/ Rugby Cluster 6.30pm

    Sunday 22 Olton Baptist Church, Solihull

    Sunday 23  The New Whitemoor Baptist Church, Nottingham 10.45am

    Sunday 30  Baldwyns Park Baptist Church, Bexley 10am

    • Brentwood Baptist Church, 4pm



    Sunday 7  Summerhill Baptist Church, Newport 11am

    Thursday 11  Knighton Baptist Church

    Sunday 14 Moreton Baptist Church, South Wirral 10.30am

    • Mount Zion Independent Methodist Church, Burnley 6pm

    Sunday 28  Theydon Bois Baptist Church, Epping morning service


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