World Church News November 2018

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November 2018

World Church Relationships
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Urgent Prayer for Cameroon


The Right Reverend Fonki Samuel Forba, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Cameroon shares with us the dangers faced by Christians in his country

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Mission partners’ retreat – Entebbe, Uganda 

Dr Bunmi Olayisade reports on an inspiring retreat held for mission partners in Africa.

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Seoul Reflections


Carolyn Lawrence reflects on her visit to South Korea for the meeting of the World Methodist Council in July.

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Mediterranean Hope

Mediterranean Hope aims to aid vulnerable migrants by protecting them from human traffickers, while supporting their requests for asylum to allow legal entry into the country.

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Partner Churches join Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies


The Revd Colin Smith, Superintendent of Cambridge Methodist Circuit, writes about the 14th Institute held this summer in Oxford.

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Healthy lifestyles in Benin

Michael and Joanna Tettey send news of a west African project to help people adopt a healthier lifestyle.

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New Programme Support Officer for Mission Education


Carolyn Lawrence has been appointed to the role of Programme Support Officer in the World Church Relationships Team.

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Living Christianity in the Holy Land

A 12-day experience of Christianity in Bethlehem, Jerusalem and Galilee, led by former Methodist mission partner the Revd John Howard.

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Is God calling you to serve as a mission partner?


Could you be:

  • a theological educator in South Africa or Zimbabwe?
  • a presbyter in Italy or South Africa?
  • a teacher in Samoa or Ukraine?

These are just a few of the many roles our overseas partners need people for. Some can be filled in a one-year voluntary capacity. We welcome inquiries from all who are exploring whether God is calling them to serve overseas with the Methodist Church. We look forward to hearing from you. Email us at WCR.Admin@

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