Grace Clark

(1898-1955). Missionary. She was born in Gloucester, England. In 1921 she was a member of a large party of missionaries who sailed from the British Isles for East Africa to reestablish Seventh-day Adventist mission stations disrupted during World War I. Among the first places she was assigned was Kamagambo Mission, in Kenya, where she was active in establishing and developing a strong girls’ school, of which she was headmistress for 12 years. Then she moved 14 miles (22 kilometers) north to Nyanchwa Mission, where, for four years, she pioneered girls’ work. In 1937 she was appointed secretary-treasurer of the Kenya Union Mission, and held this position until Uganda, Tanganyika, and Kenya were merged into a new union in 1942. During her years of service at Kamagambo and Nyanchwa, Miss C...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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