God’s inclusive love for all people

The Methodist Church wants every person to know they are valued and yet sometimes we leave people out without noticing. This might include, as examples,  people with no income, people who do not have children, people who have mental health issues, or people who work shifts.

Our valuing of all people needs to go beyond the legally protected ‘characteristics’ so that we take notice of, listen to and learn from one another across all differences.

We are ‘one in Christ’.


Discover Church at the Margins

What does it mean for the Methodist Church to be a justice-seeking church? See Walking with Micah


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