Racial Justice

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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