Kingston Presbyterian Church, Kingston, New Jersey
4565 Route 27
PO Box 148
Kingston, NJ 08528

South Sudan, Africa Mission

William & Hannah Levi (Operation Nehemiah), South Sudan, Africa

William and Hannah Levi and family

Kingston Presbyterian Church is a long-time mission partner with William and Hannah Levi of Operation Nehemiah which is focused on the South Sudan in Africa. Operation Nehemiah is doing everything possible to help rebuild the family, the church and the community as the country rebounds from decades of bloody war.

William Levi is the Founder and Overseer of Operation Nehemiah Missions International (ONMI) since 1993. His beloved wife Hannah is a homemaker and a fulltime mother of their six homeschooled children: Abijah, Nechemyah, Hadassah, Jemimah, Yehudah and Yerushah. William has led Operation Nehemiah ministry fulltime since 1996 from their home office based in Lanesborough, Massachusetts. 

The Levis’ major responsibilities involve implementation of the multigenerational vision for their family and the vision of Operation Nehemiah in rebuilding the New Sudan to fulfill The Great Commission. Church planting, strengthening the family, Gospel radio broadcasting, agriculture development, healthcare, and family entrepreneurial initiatives are the focus of their work in the South Sudan.

The Levis conduct mission trips to the South Sudan regularly to monitor the ongoing work in the field. Here in the States they update people through newsletters, videotapes, website, e-mails, book keeping, telephone calls and overseas correspondences with the field staff. They are actively involved in educating people here in the USA about the plight of the persecuted church in the South Sudan.

William and Hannah are available for speaking engagements and interview in churches, schools, radios, and television shows across the United States of America. This is the way they mobilize people to pray for them and financial resources to sustain the ongoing mission in the South Sudan.

Please visit their website at for more information about their mission trip to the South Sudan in November 2017.