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In addition to what our own local churches are doing, The Methodist Connexion have compiled a simple list of resources to help nourish your spiritual life on a daily and weekly basis.

Daily

Pray our daily prayer from the Methodist Prayer Handbook

Join online Morning Prayer from Wesley's Chapel 10:00 am — 10:15 am

Pray for others on our Prayer Wall and Post your own intercessory prayer

Take part in our daily Bible study

Weekly

Any day of the week

Dial-a-Prayer: Free telephone lines where you can listen to prayer or Methodist News. These are updated weekly. Please share these numbers with those who are not online

Every Monday

Join the President and Vice-President live on Facebook for their weekly chat and prayers at 12:45 pm

Every Tuesday

Take part in the 15 minute Year of Prayer service at 12:45 pm. Register to join on Zoom here or watch live on our Facebook page.

Every Sunday

Take part in a live online Sunday service from Methodist Central Hall Westminster. Every Sunday at 11.00 am

Alternatively you can use our Worship from home sheets to read through specially-prepared Sunday services yourself

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