the connexion magazine
connexion is a free magazine about the life and work of
the Methodist Church, bringing together inspirational stories from
Methodist people who are passionate about sharing God's love to
Issue 7 focuses on thinking big, and how, due
to the sheer scale of God's grace, we can have limitless vision to
do anything by God's presence and purpose.
In this issue Methodist churches and people tell how
their outlook has changed because of thinking big.
Download a PDF of the connexion issue 7 - Winter
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Earlier issues (PDFs)
the connexion issue 6 - Summer 2016
connexion issue 5 - Spring 2016 Spirit-led
the connexion issue 4 - Winter 2016 A
green light to mission
the connexion issue 3 - Autumn 2015
Arts in mission
the connexion Issue 2 - Spring 2015
the connexion Issue 1 - Winter 2015