As well as praying, caring, giving and going, you can also be involved in God’s mission around the world by becoming a CMS member.
What is a CMS member?
A CMS member is a person who has completed a membership application form stating that he or she agrees with the principles and objects of CMS. You must also be over 18 and pay the appropriate membership fee. Fees vary according to your local CMS branch. As a member, you can vote at the CMS Annual General Meeting, and stand and vote in branch council elections.
Why become a CMS member?
Become a member to:
- Declare that you are committed to global mission through CMS and want to do all you can to support it.
- Show that you are committed to praying, caring, giving and being open to going to be involved in God’s work in another culture.
- Participate more deeply in the life of CMS in Australia and beyond.
To become a member of your local CMS branch select your local branch from the top right of the website.