Methodist Welfare Services (MWS) has served the disadvantaged in society since 1981. Starting with 24 beneficiaries at the then Methodist Home for the Aged Sick, God has extended the tent of the MWS ministry to bless the lives of more than 8,400 beneficiaries through 18 centres and programmes serving children and youth, families, as well as the elderly, sick and destitute.
Mission and Vision
To realise its vision to be a leading organisation that exemplifies God’s love, enabling the poor and needy to have life to the full, MWS seeks to:
- raise awareness of the needs of the poor and needy
- make available services, including explored and/or under-served opportunities, to the poor and needy
- provide resources for Methodist churches to develop and undertake social concerns programmes and activities, as enriched by our Methodist tradition
MWS offers a spectrum of services stretching from cradle to grave, covering children from disadvantaged backgrounds, at-risk youth, families in distress, the chronically ill and destitute, and socially isolated. In collaboration with stakeholders and the Methodist community, MWS will continue to grow its programmes to serve those in need.