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Gifts for Life 2017

Irish Methodist World Development & Relief 'Gifts for Life' 2017 catalogue is now available.

By buying a 'Gift for Life' this Christmas you will help people in materially poor communities fulfil their potential.

Each gift you choose will empower local people by supporting the activities of our expert and committed partners across the world.

When you choose any of the gifts, your donation is allocated to that partner's work. Your gift will help make a long-term, positive change.

Looking for resources to use on Home Mission Sunday 2017? 

The Home Mission Department exists to help Districts, Circuits and local Congregations to glorify God through worship and witness.

All the resources you need for Home Mission Sunday 2017 can be found here

 

 

The Rev. Dr Laurence Graham, President of the Methodist Church in Ireland has issued the following Statement on the problems affecting the Health Service as a result of a non-functioning Executive.
 

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Joint Statement from the Archbishop of Dublin, the Most Revd Dr Michael Jackson, and the President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Revd Dr Laurence Graham:
 

The President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Rev. Dr. Laurence Graham, commenting on the events of an East Belfast bonfire and the Orange Parade from the Ardoyne has said:

As this week’s talks deadline draws near, Ireland’s Church Leaders have written to the leaders of the five main political parties involved in the current Northern Ireland talks process to strongly encourage them “to go the extra mile” to reach an accommodation that works “for the common good of all in our society.”

The Newly elected President of the Methodist Church in Ireland, the Rev. Laurence Graham has joined with the Leaders of the Methodist Church in London in condemning the attack on Finsbury Park Mosque.  He asks that Methodists in Ireland join with them in praying for all who are affected by this attack and that violence would not breed violence.

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