Happy Christmas!

We wish you all a truly blessed time this Christmas and pray for a peaceful 2022.

For those of you unable to attend worship on Christmas Day, you may wish to listen to the service prepared by the Methodist Church in Britain – God’s Table: An Invitation to All. This was originally provided as a CD, which is no longer in stock at Methodist Publishing.

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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Methodist Global Declaration for Climate Justice

Over 20 senior leaders from Methodist Churches around the world have signed a joint statement calling on world leaders to act at COP26 to achieve climate justice. Leaders from the Methodist Churches in Italy, the Pacific Islands, Zambia, Britain and Uruguay join leaders from six other countries and regions, and leaders from the European Methodist Council, World Methodist Council and United Methodist Church to release the statement at the start of the second week of COP26. Read more here.

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Multi Faith Declaration for COP26

Leaders from faith communities across Scotland, including Rev Mark Slaney Chair of the Methodist Church in Scotland, have issued a joint declaration for COP26. Please do take time to read it.

Strathclyde Circuit will be hosting fringe events in Woodlands Methodist Church to coincide with COP26. For more details please visit their dedicated website.

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