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The thoughts and experiences of the folk who lead worship in Methodist Churches in Romsey (Test Valley) and the New Forest.

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Advent

Bridging divides

When we were on holiday last month, I was looking through the social media stuff and read something like: what most divides Christians is the way they read the Bible This rather worried me: sometimes we Christians can be very… Continue Reading →

Carbon offsetting – a licence to pollute?

This is the question posed by Caroline Pomeroy, Director of Climate Stewards. Caroline gave the address at the 2018 Pentecost service at Romsey Methodist Church. Here are her thoughts. As I drove with my family through a remote valley in south-western Uganda… Continue Reading →

The slaves are always with us?

“So let us learn how to serve” was the title of our launch of the theme of Service in the Holy Habits programme, and ““Stop the Traffik” was the focus. Different ways to give service to such an issue were… Continue Reading →

Vision of life together

God of justice, you give us a vision for life together. You call us to work for a world and a society where what is broken is restored. This prayer was given to us by Rachel Lampard, Vice-President of the Methodist… Continue Reading →

The night is nearly over; the day is almost here.

  “… our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. The night is nearly over; the day is almost here.” (Romans 13:11b-12) 1. The story has an end This is true, not in the sense that history is simply… Continue Reading →

The Advent light: are you a giver or taker?

The Advent run-up to Christmas starts with the last bite of teaching in Matthew: the pinnacle is the call to be a giver not a taker. The choice of the lectionary reading for the start of Advent (Matthew 24) is… Continue Reading →

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