Connexion Magazine Summer 2018

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The Summer edition of the Connexional Magazine is here and avaialble do download or read online as is your want. In this edition you will find articles speaking about the benefit of Luncheon Clubs within the Methodist Church which seek to ease the blight of loneliness, articles that remind us of our vocation, lay and ordained along with many other interesting and stimulating features that show the nature and place of Methodism around the country.

Whilst the cover photo is a thrillingly dramatic action shot of the women's double-handed single-hull dinghy of Jess Lavery and Flora Stewart, members
of the British Sailing Team and Olympic hopefuls for Tokyo 2020.

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