Australian Inland Mission
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The Australian Presbyterian Mission was founded by the Presbyterian Church of Australia to reach those "beyond the farthest fence" with God's Word. It is better known as the Australian Inland Mission (AIM). Rev. John Flynn was the first superintendent possessing a vision and dedication to see that "hospital and nursing facilities are provided within a hundred miles of every spot in Australia where women and children reside".
From 1912 the Australian Inland Mission established 15 nursing homes/bush hospitals in remote Australian locations.
Following the establishment of the Uniting Church in Australia in 1977, the work of the AIM continued in the Presbyterian Church as the Presbyterian Inland Mission and in the Uniting Church as Frontier Services.
- Australian Inland Mission collection - digitised images from the National Library of Australia
- Frontier Services homepage
- PIM homepage
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