Guidance notes

  1. THE PRIORITIES OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
     
  2. THE ROLE OF THE DISTRICT CHAIR
     
  3. TAKING TIME TO LEARN
     
  4. THE VISION OF THE ECUMENICAL MOVEMENT
     
  5. UNITY AND DIVERSITY
     
  6. LANGUAGE TO NOURISH THE VISION
     
  7. WHY ECUMENICAL STRUCTURES?
     
  8. HOW CAN THE DISTRICT CHAIR LEARN THE BASICS?
     
  9. WHAT QUESTIONS DOES THE DISTRICT CHAIR NEED TO ASK?
     
  10. A DOZEN KEY BOOKS
     
  11. THE WIDE WEB OF ECUMENICAL RELATIONSHIPS
     
  12. GETTING THE LANGUAGE RIGHT
     
  13. GETTING COMMUNICATION RIGHT
     
  14. GETTING THE FILING RIGHT
     
  15. WAYS INTO PARTNER CHURCHES
     
  16. THE 'C' SCALE OF RELATIONSHIPS
     
  17. CURRENT PRINCIPLES OF WORKING ECUMENICALLY
     
  18. THE FIVE MARKS OF MISSION
     
  19. DIFFERENT MODELS OF WORKING TOGETHER
     
  20. COLLABORATION BETWEEN ECUMENICAL OFFICERS
     
  21. BEING CLEAR ABOUT YOUR ROLE
     
  22. WHY LOCAL ECUMENICAL PARTNERSHIPS?
     
  23. LOCAL ECUMENICAL PARTNERSHIPS - THE SHARED LANGUAGE
     
  24. LOCAL ECUMENICAL PARTNERSHIPS - WHY CONSTITUTIONS?
     
  25. LOCAL ECUMENICAL PARTNERSHIPS - METHODIST CHURCH PROCEDURE
     
  26. LOCAL ECUMENICAL PARTNERSHIPS - DOCUMENTATION
      
  27. CHURCHES TOGETHER GROUPS
     
  28. APPOINTING CLERGY
     
  29. SHARING AGREEMENTS
     
  30. SCHEDULE 14A
     
  31. OTHER PROVISIONS FOR ECUMENCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
     
  32. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
     
  33. ANGLICAN-METHODIST COVENANT 2003
     
  34. CANONS B43 AND B44 - THE ECUMENICAL CANONS (1989)
     
  35. JOINT CONFIRMATIONS
     
  36. AND IN CONCLUSION

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