The MFB is responsible for a growing number of pastoral projects across the UK military. These projects support local chaplains to extend their contact with service personnel and their families and our workers collaborate with the local chaplaincy team.
The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) is made up of the Baptist Union, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, working together for peace and justice. JPIT works to: equip Christians to act and pray on issues of injustice, resource churches to reflect and campaign effectively, and help churches to speak out with a distinctively Christian voice on injustice.
Methodist Women in Britain (MWiB) is a movement within the British Methodist Church which seeks to resource individual women and women’s groups in a variety of ways. The aims and activities of Methodist Women in Britain are summed up in their mission statement: for women, for justice, for Christ.
MHA is the largest charity care provider for older people in the UK, dedicated to enabling people to live later life well. MHA was founded by members of the Methodist Church in 1943, and today it supports over 18,000 older people across Britain through their 90 care homes, 72 retirement communities and 60 community groups.
All We Can is an international development and relief organisation, working to see every person’s potential fulfilled. Focussed on serving the world’s most marginalised communities, All We Can is rooted in the Christian faith and has served the most marginalised on earth for the last eight decades – since a group of Methodists answered the call of refugees in Europe, in the 1930s.
The Children, Youth and Family Team of the Methodist Church works with parents, carers, lay workers, church leaders and others to enable children, young people, young adults and families respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and live out their discipleship in worship and mission.