Overseas Missions Overseas Missions Overseas Missions

In the big family of CCM, our focus is in Oceania Region. We left footprints in New Zealand, Fiji, PNG, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Vanuatu, New Caledonia etc. Four Chinese churches were established or adopted in the past 2 decades. CCMA’s current overseas mission fields are Santo and Port Vila in Vanuatu. We sent itinerary missionaries and short-term mission teams periodically. Your prayers are needed and your partnership in gospel is most welcome.

Overseas Mission Fields

Can you find our three overseas mission fields – Santo, Port Vila and Noumea, on the map below?

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Santo is the largest island to the north of Vanuatu. At the end of 2018, CCMA began to explore and develop this mission field. In February 2019, Santo Chinese Christian Fellowship started with about 5 Christians as regular participants.


Santo has hundreds of Chinese people, mostly from Fuzhou and some from northern provinces. They speak mainly Mandarin. They mainly work in grocery stores, hotels and restaurants.


Port Vila

Port Vila is the capital of Vanuatu. The Vila Chinese Christian Fellowship started in 2001 with the assistance of CCMA. Since 2019, CCMA has been organising local youth summer camps for teaching the gospel.

Port Villa

With a growing Chinese population, the 2019 Youth Summer Camp was very well received. Vanuatu has a flexible immigration policy in recent years that has attracted many Chinese students, often accompanied by their parents.



Noumea is the capital of New Caledonia, an overseas French territory. CCMA began its visit in 2002 and sent a missionary to establish the Noumea Chinese Christian Church in 2005, which currently have about 15 people. From 2016 to 2021, Grace Wong is the missionary around the area.


Local Chinese generally workshop their ancestors or Buddha and live a stable and well-off life. The boat people mostly work for shops or do casual work. Local churches are underdeveloped as people's time is occupied by life and family needs.


Our Missionaries

Grace Wong

Grace turned to Christ in 1976 & had God’s calling for full-time ministry in 1988. From 2009 to 2012, Grace received theological training in Queensland and then became a full-time minister at church. She set foot on missionary trips in 2014. Now as a CCMA itinerary Missionary, Grace hops around the islands of Vanuatu & New Caledonia. In her spare time, she loves travelling and reading. Motto: According to my earnest expectation and my hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but that with all boldness, as always, so now also Christ shall be magnified in my body, whether it be by life, or by death (Philippians 1:20)

May Kwong

May was baptised in 1998. She was called by God and had theological training in 2003-2006. From 2001 to 2007, she served as a gospel teacher in the Chinese School run by Melbourne Chinese Christian Church. Since 2008, May joined CCMA as a home missionary and started the small town ministry in Ballarat, Victoria. Since 2019, she has taken the role of CCMA itinerary missionary and pastors the fellowship in Santo, Vanuatu and Shepparton, Victoria. May’s favourite food is steak. In her spare time, she likes to have a cuppa and relaxes herself surrounded by flowers and beautiful scenery. Motto: I am faithful to the one who sent me.

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