Everyone was encouraged to give some thought to how worship might be offered in different ways, including online and using worship at home sheets.
On this page we will provide links to resources that will allow people to worship, pray, meditate etc. at home.
Sunday 24th May — Read Deacon Liz Day's reflection: Right Relationships here
Sunday 3rd May — download Rev Shannon Delaureal's reflection for Sunday 3rd May "The Ministry of Reconciliation" by clicking here
26th April — download Deacon Jenny Parnell's reflection for Sunday 26th April here
19th April — download Rev Leonora's reflection for Sunday 19th April here
Download Easter Day Service Sheet and reflection From Rev Tim Perkins here
Sunday 24th May: Heart strangely warmed — Rev Tim Perkins
Sunday 17th May: The promise of the Holy Spirit — Deacon Jenny Parnell
Sunday 10th May: Recorded by Rev Lesley Taylor and is based on John 14: 1-14.
Sunday 3rd May: Jesus the Good Shepherd — Leslie & Catherine Holmes
Sunday 26th April: On the road to Emmaus - Keith & Nancy Reed
These short acts of worship from the Methodist Church have been produced for you for home worship. Click Here
Many churches are undertaking the live-streaming of services. Details of some are below:
Wesley's Chapel in London
Wednesday 12.45, Thursday 12.45 and Sunday 9.45 and 11.00.
Swan Bank Methodist Church in Burslem
Methodist Central Hall, Westminster
All We Can is an international development and emergency relief organisation. Focusing on those in greatest need, it is inspired by Christian principles, and is an integral part of the Methodist family.
IDEAS, the Family Friendly Churches Trust website is packed with resources, activities and songs to use to when worshipping with young people at home. During the current health crisis, they are offering a free service each week of prayers, address and hymns (with music) for use of those who cannot get to church.
Just as during this time of social distancing and self-isolation we are encouraged to find ways of continuing to do physical exercise, so it is important for our spiritual health for us to find ways to train our souls.
Soul-training exercises are simple exercises that we can practice in order to enable us to become more aware of how God is at work within us and the world.
The exercises included in this section are taken from two books by James Bryan Smith, "The Good and Beautiful God" and "The Good and Beautiful Life". They may need to be adapted slightly in some instances to take account of our current context. However, simply taking one exercise a week and practicing it as often as you are able to will help you to know more of God's peace and grace in your life. Click here
Rev Lesley Taylor takes us through Holy week with a series of reflections
-Monday — The house of God
Thursday of Holy Week "One final meal...")
Deacon Liz Day has a Reflection for Good Friday 2020
#A Prayer For Lent
Read and download a Prayer for Lent here