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  • In light of the sudden military takeover on 14 November 2017, we join with our brothers and sisters in Zimbabwe to pray for calm, peaceful deliberations, meaningful consultations and inclusive dialogues that will uphold human dignity and respect of everyone residing in Zimbabwe. We particularly pray for religious and community leaders to promote non-violent interactions throughout the transitory period until free and fair elections have been conducted.

  • The Revd Sally Spencer from the West Yorkshire District went on a visit earlier this month on behalf of the Methodist Church Britain to Pakistan for the Rawalpindi 50th Anniversary Celebrations.

  • Cameroon has been experiencing unstable socio-political situation for more than twelve months with ongoing arbitrary arrests, intimidations and vandalisms of properties.

  • Methodist Church in Britain in Solidarity with Flood Victims of West Bengal

  • In this edition of World Church News you will read stories from Sierra Leone, Pakistan, Argentina, East Africa and Antigua

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  • Read updates on Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria and find out how to donate to the appeal

  • Click here to read the press release from Christian Aid

  • We have received news from the Methodist Church in Mexico: “It was a great joy to receive your message of support. In terms of the church, there have been no reported victims, but seven churches have sustained damage. I am grateful for your prayers and we are going to make contact with UMCOR to seek support. We are opening up welcome centres and are taking up a special offering as a church towards the work that now needs to be done. Please continue to pray for us.”

  • It was with great shock and sympathy that we watched the destruction of homes, properties and lives of the flood victims on the BBC news yesterday. We heard the sad news that over 300 deaths were reported and over 2000 people were rendered homeless on the first day. It is certain that the death toll will rise.

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