Edward Hare and his wife, Elizabeth, were the first known Seventh-day Adventists in New Zealand.
Eric B. Hare is well known for his stories from his missionary work in Burma from 1915 to 1934, and he served in the Sabbath School Department at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from 1946 to 1962.
Metcalfe Hare played a crucial role in the establishment of Avondale College and helped in turning the fledgling Australian Health Food industry into a profitable enterprise.
Reuben Ethelbert Hare was an Adventist missionary, evangelist, editor, and church administrator from New Zealand.
Robert Hare was an evangelist, writer, poet, and editor.
Harold Cecil Knightly Harker was a colporteur, pastor, and evangelist in Australia, New Zealand, and Tasmania.
Roy and Lorna Harrison served as Adventist missionaries in the South Pacific islands. Beginning in 1944, they worked in Samoa, New Zealand, Papua, New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. Roy Harrison was nicknamed “Hurricane Harrison” by all who knew him.
The Hatzfelthaven Rural Health Centre operated between 1953 and 1979. Its primary mission was to care for individuals suffering leprosy in Papua New Guinea.
Lester Norval and Freda May Hawkes were pioneering medical missionaries to Papua New Guinea.
Marian Margaret Hay was an editor, author, and second female to graduate from the ministerial course at Australasian Missionary College.
Vaiola Kerisome, usually known as Malama among her people, was a translator and missionary briefly among the New Zealand Maoris and mainly among her people of Niue.
Archibald Lawrence (‘Arch’) Hefren was a teacher, preacher, administrator, and missionary from Australia.
Ronald Neil Heggie was an educator, pastor, and administrator from New Zealand.
Oscar Vincent Hellestrand was a pastor and health educator from Australia. Oscar Hellestrand and his wife, Ella were missionaries to the Solomon Islands.
Arthur Swain Hickox was an Australian evangelist in the 1890s.
Annie Shreusbury Higgins was one of the original twenty members, and the secretary, of the first Missionary Volunteer (MV) Society in Australasia.
Henry Hill was a pioneer minister and missionary in Australia and Polynesia. Henry and Mary spent 13 years in French Polynesia and the Cook Islands. He was then president of the North New South Wales Conference and the Queensland Conference before taking up ministerial duties until his retirement in 1936.
Hilliard Christian School is a coeducational day school for students from pre-kindergarten to grade 10, located in the suburb of Moonah in Hobart, the capital city of the state of Tasmania in Australia.
Edward Hilliard was a pioneer Seventh-day Adventist missionary to the South Pacific region, who spent eighteen years in Tonga and Australia.
Desmond Hills was a Seventh-day Adventist minister who spent most of his forty years of service for the church in youth ministry, including at Union, Division, and General Conference levels. He served in New Zealand, Australia, Africa, and the United States of America.