By the time this report was released, Spedding had initiated the Van Mission and resigned his position as minister of the church in order to become the permanent missioner with the vans. This report thanks him for his 20 years' service and discusses his plans for the Mission. The report details his hard work for the church and praises his work for the Mission, stating that thanks to his commitment, the Mission now has several vans when it started in 1906 with just one. The report attributes the taking over of the Mission by the BFUA to Spedding's resignation. It also gives the usual overview of the social life of the church congregation, such as weddings and deaths, as well as recapping two Special Musical Services. The debt isn't mentioned in detail but an account of the church's expenses is given.