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Daily access to prayers and resources from the Methodist Church and the URC.

Access daily prayers, news and resources from the Methodist Church by clicking on the image below.

 

Access daily prayers, news and resources from the URC by clicking on the image below.

 

Prayer and Action.

You can view Methodist Central Hall’s weekly Year of Prayer service here.

 

‘The way that these Christians treated me touched me in a way that I’ve never forgotten.’ Joe was homeless, but he was helped by Bethany Christian Trust. . Now he works for them and helps others. What will you do to end homelessness?

 

Forgive us.

Forgive us for the choices we’ve made that damage and destroy. Empower us to challenge actions that perpetuate devastation. Enlighten us to alternative ways of living in order to stir the beginnings of restoration and repair. Amen.

You can view the weekly Tuesday Year of Prayer service from Methodist Central Hall Westminster by clicking on the image below.

Choices.

Gracious God, give us the insight to know what choices we should make and give us the strength we need to make those choices, Walking the Way of Jesus, in whose power we pray: Amen

Deuteronomy 30:11-20 is the focus of this Daily Devotion, written by the Revd Julian Macro, retired minister, mem

Caring for God’s Church and God’s Creation.

Before lockdown, Carolyn Lawrence visited the Methodist Church in Brazil. Here, she shares some of the lessons from her trip to a church that has seen significant growth in recent years. Read more here.

 

Winchester Green Week, 27 September to 4 October 2020, will provide a platform for individuals and groups to:

    • Learn about our impact on the planet

    • Make positives changes to tackle climate change and protect the natural world

    • Creatively respond to the greatest challenge of our time

    • Feel empowered to use our voices and influence

Care4Calais.

In this week’s Methodist Podcast we talk with the charity Care4Calais about the refugees making the journey across the Channel. Click on the image below.

Faithful to God.

“I wonder now if it’s more about keeping faithful to God, working with him not against him,” writes Ruth Tompsett, an Elder at Newport Pagnell URC. Click on the image below.

Prayer for September.

A prayer for September, written and read by Richard Teal, President of the Methodist Conference.

Chadwick Boseman.

Here is the Revd Dr Jane Leach, Principal of Wesley House, Cambridge, on BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day yesterday speaking about the legacy of Chadwick Boseman. Listen here. Click on the image below.

 

Prayer and reflection.

Be part of a movement of prayer as we ask the Holy Spirit to help us be a growing, evangelistic, inclusive, justice-seeking Church of gospel people.

Weekly Online Prayer Meeting – Tuesdays at 12.45pm

Join others across the Methodist Church to pray together every Tuesday  from 12.45 to 1.00pm. Click on the image below.

 

The Revd Martha McInnes, Minister at Cardiff and Penarth Churches says that some of us might liken the last few months to a time of wandering in the wilderness. Click on the image below.

 

Love and Lost Project.

Photographer Simon Bray’s project Loved and Lost deals with the loss of loved ones. He asked each participant to find a photograph of themselves with their lost loved one, and they returned to the location to replicate the image. The project aims to provide a platform, allowing others to acknowledge their loss, and to celebrate the person they love.

Read about it in the Guardian by clicking on the photo below.

Simon and his family were much loved members of the United Church and are very much in our thoughts and prayers.

Winchester Green Week.

Winchester Green Week, 27 September to 4 October 2020, will provide a platform for individuals and groups to:
• Learn about our impact on the planet
• Make positives changes to tackle climate change and protect the natural world
• Creatively respond to the greatest challenge of our time
• Feel empowered to use our voices and influence

Events and information will be online. Find out more by clicking on the logo below.

Good News.

Gracious God, in a world where corruption, deceit, suspicion and ‘fake news’ regularly fill the headlines, we are full of gratitude for the gospel of Christ, which brings light, hope, truth and ‘good news’ into our lives.

Pandemic Wedding.

Fliss Tunnard, a URC student, reflects on organising her wedding during the pandemic and how her faith and verse Philippians 4:6-7 helped her navigate these difficult times to find joy in the simple things in life.

Click on the image below.