Lay Mission-Helpers Association (LMH)
A Catholic community of lay people (single men and women and married
couples) who engage in long-term projects in Africa, Australia-Oceania, and Central America. Associated with
Mission Doctors Association.
Staff of Lay Mission-Helpers Association (LMH) may
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Long-term service opportunities (3 years) for teachers, nurses, social workers, computer technicians, administrators, tradesman, and others who work in teams and strive to live a simple life style close to the poor.
Applicants must be practicing Catholics involved in their local Church and community, be a U.S. citizen, have a college degree and/or professional skill needed in the missions, be 21 to 62 years of age, and participate in the 4-month Formation Program in Los Angeles.
The Lay Mission-Helpers Association provides for the sponsorship of Lay
Missionaries, by providing airfare and insurance. The Mission Diocese
provides room and board.
Web Site: www.laymissionhelpers.org
E-Mail: Janice England
Lay Mission-Helpers Association
3424 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90010-2241
Fax: 213-637- 6223
Registration / Application
Application forms are available for download on the
LMD web site.
History: Founded in 1954.
Volunteers registered: 25 (as of 27-Nov-01).
Field Projects executed: 12 in 2000.
Advisors sent on field projects: 20 in 2000.
Lay Mission-Helpers Association currently has projects in 7 countries in 3 Regions (Africa: 3, Australia-Oceania: 3, Central America: 1)
For we are God's helpers.