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  • Methodism in Nigeria; Anglican-Methodist relations in UK

    Methodism in Nigeria; Anglican-Methodist relations in UK20:22

    In this edition, we hear what Methodism means in Nigeria and how Methodists and Anglicans in the UK are working together ecumenically. Karen Burke finds out why the Prelate of the Methodist Church in Nigeria, His Eminence Doctor Sunday Ola. Makinde, is visiting England. She also talks to Sarah Friswell, PR manager for St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Chair of the Methodist Heritage Committee, to hear what came out of a recent dialogue between Anglicans and Methodists.

  • Rachel Mann

    Rachel Mann29:42

    Anna Drew interviews the poet, writer and musician Rachel Mann about her book, Dazzling Darkness – a memoir and theological reflection exploring questions around gender and identity. Rachel, who was born Nick, is an Anglican priest. She was ordained into the Church of England in 2005 and is priest-in-charge of St Nicholas Burnage. Her book draws on insights from desert spirituality, queer theology, Greek tragedy and philosophy.

  • Jude Levermore discusses developments in the Learning Network

    Jude Levermore discusses developments in the Learning Network10:52

    Jude Levermore discusses recent developments in the creation of the Learning Network with Toby Scott.

  • President's Easter Message

    President's Easter Message2:59

    Easter Message from the President of the Methodist Conference 2012/2013 - The Revd Dr Mark Wakelin

  • Medway Foodbank

    Medway Foodbank11:22

    Helen Gallagher, coordinator of the Medway Foodbank, speaks with Anna about the increased demand for their emergency food service and what difference the upcoming benefit changes might make.

  • Jane Stacey on the Past Cases Review

    Jane Stacey on the Past Cases Review14:02

    Jane Stacey, former Deputy Chief Executive of Barnardo's, speaks with Anna about the Past Cases Review: the Methodist Church's comprehensive review of every safeguarding matter it has dealt with over the past sixty years.

  • Living In Poverty Today

    Living In Poverty Today6:19

    Neil from Bolton is one of the 13 million people in the UK living in poverty. His income plummeted when health issues forced him to give up work as a long-distance lorry driver. Now, with changes to disability allowance due to take place in April, Neil is worried about the future. He described his situation to media officer Karen Burke.

  • Growing up in Poverty

    Growing up in Poverty08:49

    This month the Methodist Church, the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the United Reformed Church released a report showing how statistics have been manipulated to create myths about the poor in our society. 13 million people - including 3.6 million children - live in poverty in the UK today. What is life like living below the bread line? Sarah, not her real name, grew up living in poverty in the UK. This is what life was like for her.

  • Haiti Three Years On

    Haiti Three Years On09:27

    Three years ago this month a devastating earthquake struck Haiti – the worst earthquake to hit the Caribbean country in two centuries. Thousands of people lost their lives and thousands of survivors were left homeless. Lauren James, an American Methodist working with the United Methodist Committee on Relief, has spent the past two-and-a-half years helping with the redevelopment programme. Karen Burke caught up with Lauren when she visited Methodist Church House.

  • Discover a vulnerable God this Christmas, says Methodist President

    Discover a vulnerable God this Christmas, says Methodist President3:22

    In his Christmas message, the Revd Dr Mark Wakelin, President of the Methodist Conference, urges people to discover a "vulnerable God" in Jesus this festive season.

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