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The President Elect and Vice President Elect of the Methodist Church in Britain are keen to encourage new, responsive patterns of church life in a changing social cultural climate.
The Methodist Church has voted to boycott all products from Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories and to encourage Methodists across Britain to do the same.
The British Methodist Church have said that they are determined to meet “massive challenges” after pledging themselves to a series of carbon reduction commitments.
The church does not have a monopoly on God but must serve humanity with extravagant hospitality and humility, the new Vice-President of the Methodist Conference has told the Church's annual gathering.
The UK's Department for International Development (DfID) has formally withdrawn as a partner of the Greenbelt festival following budget cuts by the new government.
Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Church leaders have welcomed the passing of the Cluster Munitions (Prohibitions) Act in parliament yesterday.
The aftermath of the Haiti earthquake disaster may be slipping from the media radar but fundraising for the victims and for rebuilding the country is still going strong.
The Methodist Church in Britain has launched a new Methodist Heritage Handbook, saying that retelling the denomination’s story will strengthen the mission of the Church.
Britain's main Free Churches are joining with charities, unions and campaign groups to lobby for a fairer deal for the country's 3.5 million workers.
MPs have voted for a bill to restrict 'vulture funds' – companies that buy up poor country debts cheaply, and then sue for massive profits. However, the Conservative Party has been criticised for slowing down the Bill's progress.