‘We recognise the willingness of people to pray and fast for our work and invite those who share this belief to play their part in our mission in this manner.’ Extract – Mary’s Meals Statement of Values
Praying for our work
We are aware that many of our supporters pray for the work of Mary’s Meals whether as individuals, as families, or through their churches. We welcome this support.
An initiative to support our work by having Masses offered for that intention has been organised by a group of Mary’s Meals supporters. For more information, please visit www.craiglodge.org
You can download the Mary’s Meals prayer. Many of us in the organisation try to say this everyday. Download here>
There are many ways your church can support Mary’s Meals. You will find lots of ideas, suggestions, and downloads at Fundraising Resources >
‘We believe that everyone is capable of contributing in some way to our mission and we welcome all those who wish to do so regardless of background, race, creed, age, gender, or disability.’ Extract – Mary’s Meals Statement of Values
Mary’s Meals is a non-denominational organisation. The charity grew out of the Catholic faith of its founders and its values and ethos reflect this. The help offered by Mary’s Meals is always on the basis of need alone.
Christ Our Life Conference
Mary’s Meals founder Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow will be speaking at this year’s Christ Our Life Conference in Iowa, USA, being held at Des Moines’ Wells Fargo Arena on September 22 and 23, 2012. Please visit www.christourlifeiowa.com for more information.
Church of Scotland Guild
The Church of Scotland Guild, which has a 28-000 strong membership, has chosen to support Mary’s Meals as one of six projects. Members of the Guild will provide support through ‘worship, prayer and action.’
Mary’s Meals founder Magnus interviewed on EWTN