Take the opportunity to view the new Spring range, and order goods at a discount.
Saturday, 24th February 2018
10 am to 4 pm
City of Edinburgh Methodist Church
This project has been working with minority ethnic girls in 4 Edinburgh secondary schools, promoting social inclusion, learning of different cultures and historical events, and raising awareness to the issues that many of these young women encounter on a regular basis.
Invitation to Parliamentary Reception on 13 March 2018
Sally Foster-Fulton – Head of Christian Aid Scotland
looks forward to 2018. Read about what Christian Aid achieved in 2017.
Resources for the Bible month – 30 Days with Jonah – are now available free from Methodist Publishing.
the connexion is a free magazine about the life and work of the Methodist Church, bringing together inspirational stories from Methodist people who are passionate about sharing God’s love to change lives.
Issue 10 challenges the Church to refocus on its core purpose of Our Calling.
Stories from across the Connexion tell how local churches are prioritising worship, learning and caring, service and evangelism in response to God’s love.
Download a PDF of the connexion issue 10 – Winter 2018
Meet up with other Methodist students at Cliff College from 26 to 28 January 2018. The weekend is focussed on Practical Faith. Cost is £20, and covers accommodation, food and activities.
More details and booking.
Please do extend this invitation to others who may be interested and RSVP by 9th February to let us know who’s coming. RSVP: Glasgow@christian-aid.org or 0141 221 7475.
A message of peace for the peoples of Israel and Palestine was given in a special service at Stirling Methodist Church.
The service, led by lay preacher David Rogerson, included Stirling MP Stephen Kerr, local councillors Ross Oxburgh and Alasdair Tollemache and Azam Haider from the Stirling Islamic Centre.
Ruth Cape shared her personal experience of cycling from the UK to Palestine and Israel and, through her Cycle 48 initiative, visited the sites of seven former Palestinian towns and villages where people were working to build peace between the communities through genuine understanding of the wrongs of the past and present.
Azam Haider shared stories from the earliest days of Islam, of respect and mutual support across Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions.