Discipleship Pathways: A Methodist Way of Life

‘Disciple’ might be an usual word, but it just means ‘someone following Jesus’. Being a disciple means that, because of our commitment to God, we try to live our lives being like Jesus and doing as Jesus would do. This is at the heart of the calling of the Methodist Church: to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.

Being a disciple is a bit like being a traveller on a train; taking an adventure through life, taking risks, growing and learning.

"Being a disciple of Jesus means everything to me, learning from him as I follow him.”

Whether you’re a new traveller or a season ticket holder, we all have new journeys to explore. Where will the Holy Spirit take you today? We run events and webinars throughout the year for individuals and church leaders to explore what this means for them, including "Rural and Rooted", a series for rural churches.

I want to explore the train network

I want to support other travellers 

Want to learn more about what it means to believe in God and commit to Jesus? Check out articles from the Christian Enquirers Agency.