The Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) are a Christian charity that operate a fleet of small aeroplanes to share God’s love by connecting isolated communities to the wider world

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What is MAF’s big idea?

MAF are fantastic enablers for the work of others.  By operating small planes in some of the world’s most remotest places they enable other mission, aid and development agencies to serve people in communities that might otherwise be beyond their reach.

In places where jungles, mountains, swamps, insecurity or a lack of ground infrastructure create enormous barriers for physical and spiritual care, MAF planes carry people over these barriers so that the needs of remote communities can be met.

What do MAF do?

They fly!  MAF operate small planes to some of the remotest places in the world and so carry people and precious materials to the communities that need them the most.

How can you partner with MAF?

In Prayer

  • For Sam and Abby and their family as they work for MAF in Chad
  • For the wider work of MAF.  You can get a quarterly prayer diary from the contact details below.

In Action

  • Raise awareness of the work of MAF and champion their work within St Paul’s
  • Invite a MAF speaker to your group e.g. the Men’s Guild

What about money?

Our partnership with MAF is about much more than money but if you would like to directly support them financially then please use the contact details below.

Need more information about MAF?

You can find out more online at, on the phone at 0845 850 9505 or by speaking with Esther.

What next?

If you are willing to personally support MAF in prayer and/or action then please indicate that on your response form and return that form via the collection plate at any service.