On the one hand, we see rich people who make every occasion an opportunity to celebrate and luxuriate in life; on the other, plenty of people are seen without the wherewithal to purchase necessary clothing. If only we decide to set apart a tithe of our time and resources, we can find the means to help them. Most people buy new clothes and discard their old ones. As youngsters advance in years, they need to buy clothes to suit their size. As a result, they are forced to discard a lot of their stock in clothing. Some people buy new clothes in keeping with the latest trends and discard their old dresses. 

Woollen clothes and blankets kept unused for a long time can be collected along with the excess left aside by well-to-do folks and given to those in need. This is an act of charity that can be easily done by anyone. We can manage to find the time to engage in this ministry in our own circumstances and neighbourhood. “I was naked, and you clothed me.” Heaven values this service as an act of charity worth rewarding with eternal life.

“I was naked. You clothed me.” This scriptural text has another level of meaning as well. It implies respect for others’ privacy. For one reason or another, everyone on this earth has had a lapse of some sort. When someone falters and falls, if everyone around tramples on him/her, that is not divine justice. God’s justice demands that we should help him rise to his feet, correct his mistakes and prepare the way for his reconciliation with God. This was the attitude Jesus displayed to the woman caught in the act of adultery.  

“I too do not condemn you. Do not sin anymore.” Jesus guides the sinful woman to the shores of self-discovery and sanctity. We should not hasten to cross-examine and judge others. Instead, our effort should be directed to redeem others. Let us undertake projects aimed at others’ redemption.



We are

Let us join hands and forge ahead with our programmes for World Peace Mission. The ideal is to work for projects ‘on earth as it is in heaven’. We should notice the spark of divinity in everything and everyone and treat it with due respect and reverence. Feed the hungry, provide drink for the thirsty,  welcome the outsider, protect the privacy of the naked, provide nursing care for the sick and the dying, mark each life on earth and work sincerely for this aim, and to teach it and to inspire others to do the same. World Peace Mission is the stage for this enterprise.


Head Quarters

World Peace Mission 
Chavara, Ettumanoor P O
Kottayam 686 631
Kerala, India

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Prime Service

  Five Loaves

People who starve without a morsel of food even once a day are provided with food packets daily/weekly through the peace communities of WPM which prepare  food for free distribution among such people.     Mob: +91 944715499 / +91 4812533399   

  Family Counselling 

Spiritual sharing and counselling will be provided to everyone in need by qualified and experienced counselling specialists, if it can be arranged face to face or by telephone. This will be arranged through leaders of the peace community. +91 9061503166 / +91 7012073156


WPM South Africa

Flat A3 

Ikwezi Lokusa 

Rehabilitation Centre 

Mthatha 5099



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