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Simon and Wendy Hall
Nepal
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Simon and Wendy serve in Nepal through the Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC). Simon and Wendy previously served as volunteer teachers through BMS at KISC. Simon taught ICT and Wendy taught Religious Studies. Simon, a communications officer from Croydon, has volunteered with BMS at KISC since 2010. Wendy – who is from Minnesota, USA – has lived in Nepal for several years and began teaching at KISC in 2011. The couple met while teaching at KISC and got married in Nepal in June 2012. They now work in Lamjung with KISC's teaching training programme, KISC EQUIP. They have one daughter. Simon’s home church is South Norwood Baptist Church.
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  • 13 Nov 2018
    Why mission workers dress so badly
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 06:26 on Nov 13th, 2018
    I’ve never been a ‘well-dressed’ person. Despite this, I couldn’t understand the clothing choices of many Westerners I met in my first year in Kathmandu. Why were such respectable people wearing such a strange, and bedraggled assortment of clothing? Had they become homeless,
  • 23 Oct 2018
    Bridging the worlds
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 09:22 on Oct 23rd, 2018
    Our role is often to help people from one world connect to those from another. This can mean simple things like translating or making practical arrangements like travel and accommodation, but it’s more than that. It’s the process of stepping into the world view of one person and then guiding the
  • 2 Oct 2018
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 15:12 on Oct 2nd, 2018
    The Good. When I tell you that a team of myself and three other Nepali KISC EQUIP trainers visited 15 schools in the vicinity last week, I wonder what you picture? Can you imagine what it means to travel to one of these schools? Traveling in pairs, two by two, we crossed cable bridges over raging ri
  • 2 Aug 2018
    Water Tank(y)
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 16:28 on Aug 2nd, 2018
    A water tank in Nepal, is known as a Tanky. It is a very important part of household plumbing. Water flows down from the top of the hill through the main water pipe on a schedule once or twice a day. When it flows, each household needs to open their own valve to divert a portion of the water up to t
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  • 30 May 2018
    The Latest from Wendy
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 13:33 on May 30th, 2018
  • 22 May 2018
    The latest from Simon
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 16:04 on May 22nd, 2018
  • 12 Mar 2018
    A Message From Simon
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 12:09 on Mar 12th, 2018
  • 22 Jun 2017
    An update from Simon
    Posted by Simon and Wendy Hall at 15:38 on Jun 22nd, 2017
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  • Simon and Wendy Hall will be on home assignment in the UK and available to request for mission worker visits from Monday 27 May until Sunday 7 July 2019.

    Please note their schedule is now fully booked. 

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Why mission workers dress so badly
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I’ve never been a ‘well-dressed’ person. Despite this, I couldn’t understand the clothing choices of many Westerners I met in...

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Bridging the worlds
23th Oct 2018

Our role is often to help people from one world connect to those from another. This can mean simple things...

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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The Good. When I tell you that a team of myself and three other Nepali KISC EQUIP trainers visited 15 schools...

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