Methodism's founder, John Wesley, was a strong proponent of 'practical Christianity." Here are just some of the ways today's church puts that call into practice.
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The Joint Public Issues Team of the Baptist, Methodist, United Reformed Church and The Church of Scotland works to equip and resource churches and individual Christians to act and pray on issues of injustice.
All We Can is the Methodist Church's international development and emergency relief organisation. Focussing on those i greatest need, it is inspired by Christian principles and is an integral part of the Methodist family.
Originating in the Methodist Church, Action For Children protects and supports children and young people, provides practical and emotional care and support and campaigns to bring lasting improvement to their lives.
As the UK's largest charity care provider, Methodist Homes for the Aged enables people to live later life well.
Methodist Conference commends marriage and relationships report A new set of principles outlining the qualities of good relationships has been commended by the Methodist Conference for prayerful discussion and response across the Church over the next year. The report, “God in Love Unites Us”, makes a number of proposals, including:
principles or qualities of good relating
an understanding of cohabitation
to allow same-sex couples to marry in Methodist churches
providing resources and liturgies to celebrate civil partnerships