Methodist Homes (MHA) is the UK's largest charity care provider. We inspire the best care and support at every stage of later life, for people of all faiths and beliefs. With over 75 years of experience, we put people at the heart of everything we do.

MHA was founded in 1943 from the work of Rev Walter Hall and a group of Methodists who wanted to improve the quality of life of older people. Their vision was realised as Methodist Homes (MHA) was born, in the time before the creation of the Welfare State.

We're proud of our links to the Methodist Church and our chaplaincy service is dedicated to fulfilling the spiritual needs of our residents and members, and supporting faith communities, enabling people to live later life well.

At MHA, we put people at the heart of everything we do. We get to know their life experiences and interests as we understand that everyone has spiritual needs, a need for finding meaning and purpose in life.

We believe that spiritual fulfillment feels different for each individual and enables people to live later life well. Religious faith, good relationships, hope, and positive experiences all play their part in finding fulfillment.

Our Resources 

Visit our resources pages to download our Faith Communities resources>

Join our Chaplaincy Team

We’re really proud of our dedicated chaplaincy service across all our care homes, and most of our retirement living schemes. We place great importance on nurturing the mind, body, and spirit of those we care for, their families and our colleagues, of all faiths and beliefs.

This role is about compassion, listening to and supporting the spiritual and religious needs of those in later life. We’re looking for an empathic and caring person to join our care home teams. Find out more >

Become a Volunteer Chaplain

You can be part of Team MHA by volunteering with our chaplaincy team. This role is about compassion, listening to, and supporting residents and families. We’re looking for empathic and caring people to work alongside our chaplains, listening and supporting those in our homes and schemes. View our current volunteer chaplain opportunities >

How you can support MHA

MHA Sunday

Faith Communities page - MHA Sunday image 970x250.png

MHA Sunday is our annual event, it's an opportunity to give thanks and celebrate our specialist care and support, enabling people to live later life well across Britain through a special church service. To find out more, visit our MHA Sunday page>

Become a Representative

Faith Communities page - Reps image 970x250.png

You can be part of Team MHA by volunteering as an MHA Church or Circuit Rep. The role primarily involves liaising and sharing information and updates from MHA to members and friends within the Church. To speak to someone about this from our fundraising team, email: 

Download our Fundraising Pack

Faith Communities page - fundraising pack image 970x250.png

Why not invite your congregation to take part in a coffee morning, quiz night, or an afternoon tea for the local community with a bake sale and raise funds for MHA? Find out more >

Join our Facebook group button 300 x 100 px.png

Make an Online Donation

Make an Online Donation

Our dedicated chaplaincy service is provided free of charge to residents so can only be made possible thanks to the generous charitable support of people like you.

Donate now

Manage your cookie preferences

We use cookies to enhance your browsing experience and provide additional functionality. Learn more about how we use cookies on this website.