A clear growth can be seen when assessing the last year's work of CSI Malayora Mission of the Madhya Kerala Diocese. Kottupara Mission Center has only 5 families which have been increased to 7. At Kodithottam Mission Centre, the number of families increased from 6 to 8. It is a remarkable achievement that the Kanmala Mission Center, where 19 families were attending has now become 21 families. Various projects have been formulated with a special focus on the development of families in these mission fields. Kits containing food grains were given 6 times to help those who are affected by COVID-19. Also, those with serious health problems were provided with medical assistance. Missionary visits are arranged on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Constant visits and prayers by the missionaries are being conducted at Kotupara, Kanamala, Kodithottam, Angel valley, Mukkampetti, Kisumam, Muttapalli, Thulapalli and Panapilav. A new mission was started in "Srinipuram Colony" near Erumeli. The foundation stone laying service of the new church at the Malayora Mission Kodithottam Center was held on Saturday, April 2, 2022, by Bishop Rev. Dr Malayil Sabu Koshy Cherian. Financial Aid, Medical Aid, Medical Camps, Conventions, 'Kuttikkoottam Padana Kalari' (Srinipuram Colony), Malayora Mission Tours, Traditional Mission Activities, Fasting Prayers, Interfaith Home Visits, Corner Meetings, Publicity Meetings, are being held regularly.
Requirements: a. Construction of a church at Kodithottam Centre. b. Educational assistance c. Financial support for missionaries. d. Bibles, hymn books/ Books of the Common Liturgy. e. Financial assistance for self-employment projects. f. A second-hand bike and f. The salary and house rent of missionaries and help with other mission activities. Food kits, old clothes, etc. are also needed.