The Methodist Church in Britain has a history of commitment to challenging issues of racial justice. In 1978 racism was declared a sin by the Methodist Conference.
The Methodist Church has a long history of Black leadership, going back to the days of Wesley himself. We celebrate this and work to be anti-racist in all that we do.
How can your church be anti-racist in the ways you work?
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Black History Month 2021
Sybil Phoenix: building the first black youth club
Leadership on a Journey
Methodist Racial Justice Work: a History
Little Changes Make a Big Difference for Barrow upon Soar Methodist Church
May 26th, 2022
The opportunity to serve and offer people something of value
May 18th, 2022
Dunwell Ghanaian Methodist Church, Telford
May 17th, 2022
How MHA supports older people at risk of loneliness and isolation
May 13th, 2022