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District Mission Fund Grants.

As a District we are committed to investing in mission initiatives across our island.

Church Councils and other groups approved by District Policy Committee are therefore invited to submit an application for grant aid towards mission projects. The initial round of grant making will be completed following the September DPC & Synod.

Please complete the forms electronically and email them as an attachment to administrator@methodist.org.im

N.B. these applications have to be approved by your Church Council before submission.

Download the policy document here
Download the application form here

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