Sue Trenier, was raised in Cavan,the daughter of a Church of Ireland Rector
Educated in Dublin and attended boarding School from age 9 to 18.
Though she received a good Church education it was not till her second year in Nurses training in the Adelaide Hospital in Dublin that she was faced with her own personal need to receive Christ as her personal Saviour.
Following General Nurses training she went to Edinburgh to do year training in Midwifery and then went to Glasgow where she worked in Intensive and Coronary care.
God began making me uncomfortable regarding my commitment and I followed His calling to attend Bible School, leaving nursing. Studying the Bible was amazing and God grew me and lead me to respond to His calling to go to Irian Jaya in Indonesia later to change its name to West Papua.
I left for West Papua in January 1978 to join teams with Regions Beyond Missionary Union (rbmu) among many unreached tribal groups in the vast interior of the island. Over the 39 years serving with the fledging and later large independent Evangelical Church of Indonesia.
It was my privilege to work in medical work, women’s work, language analyses and Bible Translation among the Hupla Tribe and other neighbouring groups.
I have now returned to Scotland since June 2016 and am still in the process of settling back.
Since the late 1980s I have been a member of and supported. through the mission UFM following the demise of RBMU