Junior Mission for All

 The JMA promise is to: 

Learn, pray and serve  with the worldwide Church of Jesus Christ.


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unior Mission for All (JMA) was created so that children would be able to learn about and support the mission of the Church in a fun, creative and engaging way. It is also about sharing the insights of God's people all over the world with children in our churches.

JMA is part of the Methodist Church’s mission programme. Children and young people raise funds for JMA to support the Methodist Church’s World Mission Fund and Mission in Britain Fund.

Last year, JMA collectors raised well over £97,000. Of this, 80% went to the World Mission Fund to help 60 Partner Churches in Africa, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific. The other 20% supported Methodist mission projects across the UK.

Rainbow magazine

Rainbow is the JMA magazine telling inspiring stories about mission around Britain, Ireland and the world, from a child’s point of view.

To order your free copies, visit www.methodistpublishing.org.uk

In the current edition:

- Sawubona (hello) sunny South Africa! Meet Thandi, one of the “wandering teachers” helping vulnerable children through the Phakamisa project, run by the Pinetown Methodist Church.

- Mazes and masks: children can go on safari and find their way through a maze, spotting the ‘Big Five’ animals South Africa is famous for along the way. They can also try their hand at making a Zulu mask!

- Story-telling garden: travel with us to the West Midlands to discover a special garden created especially for children…

- On a mission: we chat to a JMA Ireland group to find out what the word 'mission' means to them

Click to find out the answers to the 'Going on Safari' Maze and the Hidden Word Puzzle

Discover more about the story-telling garden and Phakamisa by watching their videos


Download the latest copy here


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