Missionaries coming to town, Sunday, July 17

Missionaries Joseph Anonby and Ellen Anonby will be in Lake Cowichan to talk to their adventures.

Missionaries Joseph Anonby and Ellen Anonby

A glimpse into the life of two ambitious missionaries will be provided, Sunday, July 17, during a visit by Joseph Anonby and Ellen Anonby; a husband and wife duo who have spent quite a few years in different countries.

“They’re a great couple – very humorous,” Lake Cowichan Christian Fellowship Church pastor Terry Hale said.

The two missionaries have most recently spent time in the Dominican Republic, but have also worked in Argentina and Spain. As such, they’ve become multilingual.

The two will visit the Lake Cowichan Christian Fellowship Church to give a presentation, Sunday, July 17, beginning at 7 p.m.

The duo’s son, Stan, will follow his parents presentation with one of his own at the church some time in August.

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