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The coronavirus has revealed vast inequalities and threats to our wellbeing.
Our churches are not in their buildings but are alive in communities. In the midst of this, what does it mean to be a people of justice and peace?
How do we live in a crisis and work for God's kingdom?
A webinar is being held by JPIT at 3pm on Thursday 21 May to consider these and more issues. To register and for information click here.

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Local Lay Pastor 16 hours per weekFixed 3 year appointmentDeadline for applications: Friday 7th May 2021A unique opportunity has arisen to be involved in the leadership and growth of two Methodist Churches in the Leigh and Hindley Methodist Circuit.As a Local Lay Pastor you will walk along with the people of God, sharing in the good times and bad.You will have experience of...

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There are a few things going on which I would like to invite you and your churches, circuits and districts to engage with:a) Join in with social media and use the website -- see 1 belowb) Invite people to attend the events which are coming up -- see 2,3,4 belowc) Invite people to use the new developing vocational resources from Methodist Publishing -- see 5,6,7 belowWhat is...