Dayspring is a children’s magazine produced by PWMU, prepared by Stephanie Daffy.

It is issued three times a year and is now supplied FREE.
Each edition introduces young people to mission work past and present, and is pack full of information, fun facts, games and puzzles.

Dayspring Day

This day of learning about missions is held each year in September, on the first Wednesday of the school holidays, usually at the Wycliffe property in Kangaroo Ground. Workers on home assignment are often present.
It is a day filled with activity and fun organised by Cassie Hood and a team of helpers. Not only is there a take home show bag, but a Koorong book stall and a bible challenge. Each child who reads through the bible (at an appropriate level) in one year, receies an award.
The day is aimed at primary-aged children, but all ages are welcome.

Dayspring was the name of the ship which carried supplies to missionaries working in the New Hebrides (now known as Vanuatu), until 1873.