Category Archives: News

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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07 Dec
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Blessing of the Crib n Glasgow’s George Square

Well done to all who took part in the blessing of the Crib in George Square, especially the pupils from St. Bartholomew’s primary in Castlemilk for leading us so beautifully in song. All Images are Paul Mc Sherry 07770 393960 ...

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05 Dec
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WCC urges immediate focus on safety, security in Aleppo

World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit urged an immediate cessation of airstrikes and bombardments on Aleppo. The conflict in Aleppo, Syria, has intensified in recent months, with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing the ...

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02 Dec
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Ecumenical Water Network releases statement on water justice

After gathering in Nigeria from 27-29 November, representatives from the World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical Water Network released a statement entitled “A Pilgrimage of Water Justice in Africa.” The statement acknowledges that access to safe water and, even more, ...

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13 Nov
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Communications Officer – Glasgow

Salary: £9,973.a. for 14 hours per week. Funded for one year (£24,932 – £27,100.a. F.T.E) Interviews: Can you proactively hone our existing digital and non digital methods of communications to sharpen, raise and maintain our presence “out there”? Then this ...

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