Methodist Conference 2022

The Methodist Conference is currently meeting in Telford. For more details of this year’s Conference, click here.

You can read the addresses to Conference by President of Conference, Rev’d Graham Thompson, and Vice President of Conference, Anthony Boateng, here.

You also have the opportunity to watch the Conference live – by clicking here. Conference runs until 30th June.

Statement from the Methodist Church in Britain on the Nationality and Borders Act 2022

‘We lament the passing of the Nationality and Borders Bill into law.’ So begins the statement on behalf of the Methodist Church in Britain, Baptists Together and the United Reformed Church.

For the full statement please click here.

The Methodist Church in Britain and other churches, including Baptist Union of Great Britain, United Reformed Church and the Church of Scotland, have signed a pledge to fight anti-refugee law. Read more here.

Presidential Statement on Ukraine

The President and Vice President of the Methodist Conference have issued a statement on the situation in Ukraine. You can read it here.

The Methodist Church in Britain encourages those who are able to donate to the Ukraine Emergency Appeal, launched by All We Can. To donate or for further details visit the All We Can website.

President and Vice President of Methodist Conference – Reaction to COP26 agreement

Rev’d Sonia Hicks, President of the Methodist Conference and Barbara Easton, Vice President of the Methodist Conference have issued statements in reaction to the COP26 agreement. It can be read in full, here.

A statement made by the Joint Public Issues Team, incorporating The Baptist Union of Great Britain, the United Reformed Church and the Methodist Church in Britain can be read here.

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