Category Archives: Methodism

Justice Conversations – what do you think?

What does a just world look like to you? Perhaps it’s a place where everyone has more than enough to eat? Where every child in the world has a happy childhood? Where nonviolence is seen as the best way of … Continue reading

Minister’s letter – November: Climate Justice For All

Dear Friends, “It’s very irritating when they talk, but don’t do”. Yes, your majesty, I entirely agree! The Queen was speaking informally about COP26, and she’s right, it is time for everyone to take action to remedy the effects of … Continue reading

Day of Prayer – Climate Change

East Anglia Methodist District Video: As the world approaches the critical COP 26 Climate Change Conference to be hosted by the UK in November (1st – 14th), our East Anglia District is holding a Day of Prayer on … Continue reading

What makes a Methodist?

A spot of Bible study, a smidge of history, a scraping of theology, a pinch of prayer, a shout of singing (naturally – it’s about Methodism!), all served with tea/coffee, the obligatory biscuits, and lots of open conversation. If you … Continue reading

Rough Informal Energy: The Story of Primitive Methodism

Talk given by Rev Robert Dolman on 31st May 2007 ‘The morning proved rainy and unfavourable ….but about six o’clock the Lord sent the clouds off, and gave us a very pleasant day. About noon the congregation was so much … Continue reading