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The Eastern Highlands Simbu Mission (EHSM) is the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) administrative entity for the Eastern Highlands and Simbu provinces of Papua New Guinea. Its headquarters is in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.

Echo Publishing Company, situated near Melbourne, Australia, operated from 1889 to 1922.

Edinburgh College was opened in 1964 by the Trans-Commonwealth Union Conference as Lilydale Adventist Academy.

Eva Edwards was a teacher in Australia and New Zealand and a missionary to Tonga and Fiji.

​Ellen White lived in Australia between 1891 and 1900. Her ministry within the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific Division encompassed an expansion of mission-focused infrastructures fostered by her generous commitment to service and an inspirational visioning of sharing a Christ-centered gospel with the world.

Roderick Marcus Ellison, a teacher, and his wife, Unita Madeline (Edmunds) Ellison, are best known for their contribution to the needs of families in crisis and single parents.

George and Christina Engelbrecht served in pastoral ministry in Australia, New Zealand, Papua, and the New Hebrides.

Esda Sales and Service (Esda) was an agency of the South Pacific Division under the auspices of its treasury department located in New South Wales, Australia. Initially its office was situated in Hardy’s Chambers, 5 Hunter Street, Sydney. Subsequently, its operations moved to the Division Services Building at 83 Hunter Street, Hornsby, on the northern edge of metropolitan Sydney and close to the South Pacific Division headquarters. Esda Sales and Service was discontinued at the end of 1988. Many of its functions were transferred to the South Pacific Division under what was known as "Central Supplies."

Faole Adobo, a native of Papua New Guinea, helped the Adventist missionaries in Papua New Guinea and evangelized his people.

Nathaniel Faulkhead was active in the Seventh-day Adventist church in Australia.

​Norman Hawken Faulkner was Youth and Education secretary for Australasian Union Conference and the Sanitarium Health Food Company branch manager.

Eric Claude Fehlberg was a manager for the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Sanitarium Health Food Company (SHF) and then was director for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists’ World Food Services.

Arthur Ferch was a pastor, church administrator, teacher, and published scholar.

​Margaret Ferguson was a self-supporting missionary teacher in Tonga for two decades.

Wallace and Phyllis Ferguson spent a total of twenty-eight years in mission service in the Solomon Islands, New Guinea, and Pitcairn Island.

Arthur Houston Ferris was a Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) pastor and pioneer missionary from Victoria, Australia, who spent twenty-eight years in evangelistic and pastoral work, first as a volunteer, and then as an employee of the Church.

David Andrew Ferris was a Seventh-day Adventist medical missionary to the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu) and the Solomon Islands.

Norman Ferris was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor and missionary who was awarded an M.B.E. (Member of the British Empire) by Queen Elizabeth II for his services to the people of the Solomon Islands and Pitcairn.

Walter Geoffrey Ferris was an Australian Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) minister who spent some 28 years in missionary work in Fiji, Tonga, Pitcairn Island, Lord Howe Island, Cook Islands, and Gilbert and Ellis Islands in the South Pacific, becoming a skilled sea captain.