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“All together in one place” Acts 2:1

MHA Sunday is a special service on which people are encouraged to reflect on the lives touched by MHA and support the valuable work being done now and into the future.

This year’s theme is ‘One Sunday, One Service, One Church’.

The day coincides with Pentecost on 9 June 2019, and will take inspiration from the biblical account of Pentecost recorded in the book of Acts when all the believers are recorded as being in ‘One place’.

Get involved

We’re inviting churches and groups to dedicate one Sunday to MHA to address the question ‘how is the Good News heard by those living with dementia?’.

We are asking people to reflect on how their services can be adapted to be more inclusive and accessible for those living with dementia and those who support them.

By holding an MHA Sunday service, your charitable income will help us provide services that make a real difference to the people we support. We rely on donations to provide:

  • Chaplaincy services in all our care homes and retirement living schemes across England, Scotland and Wales
  • Music Therapy sessions for those living with advanced dementia
  • Live at Home schemes based in the community, enabling older people to live later life well.

To make a donation to our MHA Sunday appeal, please visit our online donation form >>

Downloadable resources

If you'd like to hold an MHA Sunday service within your church or group, we've created a selection of downloadable resources to help plan your day. These will be downloaded below:

Alternatively, if you’d like to take part in a service please contact your local Methodist church for service details.

To request a speaker for your service, order Gift Aid envelopes or for more information, please contact the Fundraising Team.

Tel: 01332 221641

If you are unable to attend an MHA service, you can still donate to the MHA Sunday appeal. Please visit our online donation form >>

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