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A series of weekly podcasts considering the life of the Methodist Church in Britain
19 Episodes
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In this week's Methodist Podcast:we hear from the President of the Methodist Conference on politics and responsibilitywe talk to some of the young people taking part in the One Programme: Connexionwe also hear about changes to 3Generateand we learn how a weather vane restoration made national television.
In this week's Methodist Podcast:We hear from Calais on the situation for refugees during the coronavirus crisisWe preview this weekend's Cliff FestivalWe hear about Ramadan under lockdownWe learn how a district has handmade 6,000 pieces of protective equipment for the NHS A prayer for Aldersgate Sunday from the Revd Dr Martyn Atkins
In this week's Methodist PodcastWe consider the poverty that is resulting from the coronavirus and how the Methodist people are respondingWe also hear from the Shieldfield Art Works project (SAW) on how they are using art to help people's wellbeing
In this week's podcast:The UK has now been in lockdown for six weeks and during that time many Methodist churches have been working hard providing for the spiritual and practical needs of their communities.We’ll also be hearing from the President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, the Secretary of the Conference and from the Youth President on their thoughts of how the Connexion has faced up to  the coronavirus crisis. 
In this week's Methodist Podcast:In advance of next week's commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day we talk to Methodists from Jersey who were liberated from occupation.We talk to a mental health chaplainWe learn how a mission for the homeless is coping under Coronoavirus
In this week's Methodist PodcastMHA is asking for support in prayer, volunteering and donations to help fund vital PPE. We feature an interview with Barbara Glasson who joined their Silver Command planning meeting to hear at first-hand how they are dealing with the crisis.We hear about the impact of the coronavirus on seafarersWe learn about a new social media campaign to help us love ourselves and love our neighboursWe discover how puppets are taking the good news to new places.
In this week’s podcastWe talk to a member of the Diaconal Order working as an NHS hospital chaplain on the challenges they are facingThe CEO of All We Can launches a campaign to support those in the developing worldWe talk to the incoming Principal of the Queen’s  Foundation
In this week's podcast:we talk with MHA about how they are taking care of their residentswe discuss the coronavirus in Ugandawe talk about how to find God in a culture of fearwe also round up some of the work being done around the Connexion to support communities, both practically and spiritually
This week in the Methodist Podcast:we discuss how the Methodist Church is continuing to respond to the coronavirus crisiswe find out how families can be supported at this timewe hear an update from the Methodist Church in Italyand we hear how the National Methodist Great British choir is bringing the world together in song. 
In this week's Methodist Podcast:we discuss what the Coronavirus pandemic will mean for the Methodist Churchwe talk to a Mission Enabler for Older People and we consider the impact of the crisis on foodbankswe also talk about serving the spiritual needs of ourselves and others during the crisis, and share a prayer from the President of the Methodist Conference.
In this week's Methodist podcast:In addition to the advice for UK churches, we speak to British Methodists living in Rome and Bethlehem who are in lock-down. To mark this week’s anniversary of the war in Syria, we talk to a family of refugees who have been given a home by the Methodist Church in Birmingham thanks to the Community Sponsorship programme.We review the Joint Public Issues Team conference from last weekend and talk to some of those were present about how churches can have an influence politicians around environmental issues.  
In this week's Methodist podcastwe learn about the work of the Whitechapel Mission with the homelesswe preview this weekend's JPIT Conference - Renewal and Rebellion: Faith, Economy and Climatewe learn about Daffodil Daywe mark the World Day of Prayer
In this week's Methodist PodcastYouth President Thelma Commey discusses her Lent tour and reflectionswe talk church twinning with Global Relationshipswe meet an Intern working with The Archbishop of Canterbury's Commission on Housing, Church and Community.Back to PodcastsShare thisFacebook Twitter Email
In this week's Methodist Podcast: we talk to those supporting communities affected by this week's floodinginterview a mission partner who has been working in Japan for almost 30 yearstake a look at Lent resources from All We Canfind out why JPIT is scouring the globe looking for six young Methodists to tackle climate change. 
In this week's Methodist Podcast: The Chinese Methodist community considers the impact of Coronavirus on its membershipWe meet the new Church at the Margins OfficerWe preview this year's Lent resources from the Joint Public Issues Team.
This week's Methodist Podcast features a preview of the Methodist gathering taking place in Birmingham this Saturday to consider homelessness and housinga look at the newly published 3Generate Manifestonew forms of church and church planting. 
This week's podcast featuresan interview with the Revd Dr Jonathan Hustler following news of his nomination as Secretary of the Conferencewe consider what Brexit means for Methodist relationships with partner churches across Europe we explore the Methodist Diaconal Order
The first in a new series of weekly podcasts considering the life of the Methodist Church in Britain. In this week's podcast, we featurean account of the demonstrations in Chilea pilot project tackling rural isolation the Octave of Prayer for Christian Unity.
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