The GMCT was formed from several historic trusts dating back to 1834 and brought together in the current form in 2009. It exists to glorify God by providing help for those with spiritual and social needs, in accordance with the Christian principle affirmed by George Müller:
‘the provision comes by prayer and faith without anyone being asked, whereby it might be seen that God is faithful and hears prayer still.’
The core values of the Trust, derived from Müller himself, are faith, care and evangelism.
These biblical values are worked out in various areas of activity:
Church Partnerships, Elderly Care, SKI and Heritage.
We support local churches and Christian organisations in the work of transforming local communities. We offer training, mentoring, supervision and expertise.
We have an 8 bed sheltered accommodation unit in Weston-super-Mare, maintained with a Christian ethos. We are currently researching further provision.
Established by Müller in 1834, SKI still receives funding from many donors to support missionaries, orphanages, schools and other Christian causes globally.
The Müller House Museum receives visitors from all over the world. Our staff help share the the story of Müller and the current work of the Trust.
The George Müller Charitable Trust (reg charity no 1066832 and company no 3471812) is a limited company. Its place of registration is in England and Wales and its registered address is Müller House, 7 Cotham Park, Bristol, BS6 6DA.