Brexit and Beyond
What does Brexit mean for local communities, our country and our churches?
At its meeting in January 2019, the Methodist Council spent some time looking at the challenges of Brexit and beyond.
This paper offers some background and a series of questions for thought and conversation.
You may wish to use it as a conversation starter at your church.
Here is a feedback sheet you could use to collect people's responses.
If you want to share those responses, please do send any comments or reflections to
Rachel Lampard at email@example.com or
Methodist Church House, 25 Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5JR.
You might also be interested in Conversation Welcome, a resource to help churches to hold difficult conversations.
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