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The Conference has declared 2020/2021 a Year of Prayer to support the new Connexional Strategy for Evangelism and Growth. Districts, circuits, churches, and individuals are invited to pray for the Methodist Church as we deepen our commitment to be a growing, evangelistic, inclusive, justice-seeking Church of gospel people. Simple guidance around different ways to pray is available at www.methodist.org.uk/yearofprayer as well as information for a weekly online Churchwide prayer meeting'. This will draw on the rich diversity of Methodist traditions and leadership to help the whole Church journey deeper into prayer together.

All-Church Prayer Meeting
Join us online every Tuesday at 12.45pm (from 1 September 2020).

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