Kuttanadu Mission at a Glance
Kuttanad Mission is one of the local missions in Kerala mainly formed and focused on the spiritual and secular upliftment of the believers in the Kuttanad area by the Madhya Kerala Diocese of the Church of South India. This mission is really a result and product of the Alappuzha Mission in the early 19th century. Kuttanad Mission traces back her origin in 2007 as a result of the vision of Rt. Rev. Thomas K. Oommen, the Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Madhya Kerala. There are 14 churches in this Mission which are spread out into two clergy districts, Pallom and Thiruvalla. They are: Kavalam (Mission Centre), Vennattukadu, Kunnemkerry, Kidangara, Eera, Koikkary, Pallathuruthy, Choottumalli, Vadaikal, Kalangara, Koilmukk, Chekkidikkadu, Chathangary, Mepral. We are working among the people in the Kuttanad area, through Koithu Missions, Boat Missions, House Visitings, Public Awareness Programmes, Career Guidance and Medical Camps. Evg. P. P Ouseph and Evg. Binish C. Paul are the two full-time missionaries in this mission. The mission prays and works among these believers for a brighter future.