MHA Circuit Representative

We need people to acts as the main contact between your Methodist Circuit and MHA, working together in fellowship.

If you are passionate about supporting older people and answering Jesus’ call to help people in need, MHA is the place for you. We are a national charity inspiring the best care at every stage of later life. It is our mission to enable people to live later life well and you could help us achieve this. 

What would I be doing as an MHA Circuit Rep? 

As an MHA Circuit Rep volunteer, you will be the main contact person between your Methodist Circuit and MHA, working together in fellowship. Your role will be instrumental in raising awareness and encouraging prayer and support for MHA to help enable people to live later life well.

Our volunteers are the ‘go-to’ person in the Methodist Circuit for information about our charity MHA. You will raise the profile of MHA by coordinating the activities across the Churches and actively encouraging support and prayers.

What impact would I have? 

MHA Circuit Rep volunteers would be answering Jesus’ call to help people in need in line with the values of The Methodist Church.

  • Through collective prayers, together we will deepen spirituality, bringing hope and loving presence to those whom MHA support in later life
  • Through fundraising, the church is helping MHA enable even more people to live later life well
  • Through raising awareness, volunteers are helping members of the Circuit to learn about MHA services and how to access them
  • Through supporting MHA campaigns, volunteers demonstrate the commitment to social justice fundamental to the values of the Methodist Church.  
How does it work? 

Once you've applied, we’ll check if we already have a Rep for your Circuit. If we do, then we’ll explore other options with you to support the current volunteer.

If there is no MHA Circuit Rep we will then start the recruitment process. Once this is completed you will be asked to complete an induction with your named MHA contact either via Zoom or in person. You will then have a named contact to keep in touch with and for support.

What skills and qualities do I need? 
  • Desire to work collaboratively with MHA for the benefit of residents, members and local congregations
  • Regular and respected attendee of your Methodist Church
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Empathy and understanding of the needs of older people
  • Reliable and trusted
  • Are aged 18 and over.
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