The Presbyterian Inland Mission is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Australia – the largest Presbyterian denomination in the land down under. The PIM is the successor to the work of the Australian Inland Mission, which was found by John Flynn – a Presbyterian minister who founded the famous Royal Flying Doctor Service, which was the world’s first ‘air ambulance’ service.
The PIM provides pastoral care to people in remote and rural areas of Australia. They assist in many ways, including helping people deal with drought, isolation, and medical emergencies.
The PIM operates nine ‘patrols’, where trained Christians travel between settlements and stations across large areas of the country. Below is a map of the key patrol areas:
You can find out more about this important ministry at their website.
More importantly, you can financially support them by clicking here.