Category Archives: Methodist Church

11 Dec
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A Very British Nativity

The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) works for peace and justice on behalf of the Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Churches, and the Church of Scotland. This Christmas, it will be doing just that through a creative retelling of the ...

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11 Dec
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A Gift of Christmas

he 2016 edition of A Gift of Christmas reflects on the gifts God and every person involved in the first Christmas brought to the story of Jesus’ birth. Through Bible passages, carols and illustrations it brings the story to life and ...

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11 Dec
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Can you write a prayer for next year’s Prayer Handbook?

The 2017/2018 Methodist Prayer Handbook ‘Jesus the First and Last’ will celebrate the Jesus of history, the Christ of faith and our cosmic Lord; the first word and the last word, which has not yet been spoken. The title comes ...

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11 Dec
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Benefit cuts

Paul Morrison from the Joint Public Issues Team has written a new blog post following last week’s Autumn Statement, discussing how inflation will negatively affect the poorest in society. Click here to read more.

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11 Dec
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Act on Aleppo

The UN has warned mass starvation in Aleppo is a real prospect if aid is not allowed in.  As the city comes under further bombardment and food is about to run out, the Methodist Church along with other Christian, Muslim, ...

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11 Dec
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3Generate 2016

The national children’s and young people’s event took place last weekend, with more people than ever taking part. 3Generate has more than doubled in size over the last two years with close to 700 young Methodists and youth leaders gathered ...

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06 Oct
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New Trustee

Action for Children, a charity with deep Methodist roots, has appointed a new trustee: the Revd Dr Sheryl Anderson. As well as appointing Sheryl, they have said farewell to former District Chair, the Revd John Howard after five years of service.

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06 Oct
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Fully Alive

The Fully Alive Methodist Art Collection exhibition, taking place in Bath Abbey starts today, Thursday October 6. Open to the public until October 30, a number of lunch time and evening talks will be held to help you see the beautiful pieces in ...

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