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Our aim is to follow the example Jesus set: to provide support to those in need in a practical way and use the opportunity to share the Good News of God's saving grace.

But the crowds were aware of this and followed Him; and welcoming them, He began speaking to them about the kingdom of God and curing those who had need of healing.

What we do

We work with local organisations who are wanting to communicate the love of God through the provision of healthcare services, education and training, and prayer in the following medical settings:
Mission hospitals and clinics

Supporting mission hospitals and clinics through helping with the running costs, particularly medicines, and enabling new facilities to be built or new equipment to be purchased to improve the patient care that is provided to the local community.

Community health
Community health care

Providing community health care programmes aimed at improving the well-being of the local community which include mobile clinics, medical camps and clinics, home visits and much more.

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Care for the disabled and orphans

Helping to care for the disabled and orphans through the support of day care centres, orphanages and schools to give physical treatment, provide for their needs and offer support to their families.

Health education
Health education programmes

Developing health education programmes in local communities to teach the people and churches how to prevent illness, and support those who are suffering from the likes of HIV/AIDs, leprosy, malnutrition and disability.

Disaster relief and support

Disaster relief and support for those that have been affected by natural or political tragedies which includes providing support for both their physical and mental/emotional needs.

How we do it

We seek to support mission in the following ways:

MMN want to encourage prayerful support for medical mission around the world. Prayer is so vital for the different ministries that we are connected with around the world and for our work in the UK.

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MMN provides grants to Christian organisations in many different countries to enable them to engage in medical mission in their local context.


To encourage Christian medics to consider using their medical skills as a way of serving God and reaching others with the good news of Jesus we sponsor doctors, nurses and students in their medical and/or mission training and development both in the UK and overseas.


Shipping medicines, medical aids, equipment and supplies to mission hospitals and clinics.

Statement of Faith

Find out about the core values held at the centre of the work supported by MMN.

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Our warehouse and office is located in Swindon - if you would like to visit then please give us a call on 01793 538200. The warehouse is from Monday to Thursday between 9am and 4.30pm.

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Who works for us

Our work is carried out by a small team of staff and volunteers
Grev Parmenter
Grev ParmenterDirector

Margaret Pearce
Margaret PearceOffice Administrator

Hannah Pearce
Hannah PearceCommunications Manager