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One Way that the Nazarene church supports and highlights the work of its missionaries is through the L.I.N.K.S programme.  Missionary families are assigned to a district for a period of two years so that the churches can get to know them and support them in prayer.

The South District’s L.I.N.K.S family for 2014-2016 are Stephen and Annette Morley. Their ministry is focused on church planting and have recently made their home in the town of Wicklow, County Wicklow, Ireland.  


Stephen and Annette Morley are specialised assignment missionaries with the Church of the Nazarene in the Republic of Ireland.  They live in Wicklow Town, County Wicklow, on the east coast of Ireland, just south of Dublin.  Married in 1989, the Morley’s have two children, Elizabeth and Matthew. Elizabeth has graduated with honours in Elementary Education from Mid-America Nazarene University in Olathe, KS. She is now living in Kansas city working for Holiness Today whilst looking for a teaching job. Matthew is in Houston Texas finishing a few online courses and seeking God for his future.  Prior to their present assignment, Stephen and Annette served in pastoral ministry for 21 years. Stephen most recently served as the Senior Pastor in Richland, Washington.

Stephen and Annette are products of the international ministry of the Nazarene church. Stephen was raised in a pastor’s home in England, Denmark, and the U.S. His parents are Rev. Frank & Margaret Morley.  Annette was a missionary kid in South Africa.  Her parents are Rev. Denzil & Kay Dodds.  It was in Africa that Steve and Annette first met.

Missions has always held an important place in the Morley’s hearts, from serving on Youth in Mission teams, participating and leading in Work and Witness and Jesus Film Trips, to serving on various district missions councils.  They share a story of God’s call and grace on their lives and are always looking for ways to incarnate Christ to our world. They are committed to a vision of seeing the church of the Nazarene planted throughout the Republic of Ireland.

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If you would like to keep up with the Fothergill’s, our 2012-2014 LINKS family, they have a Blog at:

Fothergills Journey

Annette, Stephen, Matthew & Elizabeth Morley

Stephen also has a Blog at:

If you wish to receive the Morley’s Prayer letter, please email them at  or