MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS 

 

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A Message To Methodists

This booklet has been written by
the Revd Dr David A Hull, as

 An urgent call for Methodists to think again about
'God In Love Unites Us'

We hope it will also be useful to local churches
as they discuss and decide
whether or not to open their premises for same sex marriages.

Click here to read and/or download a copy

To obtain printed copies email Derek Balsdon development@methodistevangelicals.org.uk 
providing your name and postal address, and the number of copies you would like.


Remaining Faithful Network Log

A network of Methodists committed to remaining faithful to the original Wesleyan evangelical vision, and to the biblical and apostolic understanding of marriage as the life-long union of one man and one woman and the only appropriate context for sexual intimacy.

To find out more, follow the links:

MET - MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS RESOURCES

MET have produced a range of biblically based resources about marriage and relationships,
ranging from small leaflets to a 16 page study guide, along with material written by others. Most of these resources can be viewed online and downloaded, and some are available as hard copies.
Visit
Resources  


GOD IN LOVE UNITES US  VIDEO

The Revd David Hull (representing MET) and the Revd Mark Rowland (representing Dignity and Worth) share in a God In Love Unites Us workshop in Sherborne. 
Click to watch the video

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‘THE BEAUTIFUL STORY’

 This video has been produced by the Church of England Evangelical Council. 
It includes contributions from many different Christians about marriage and relationships.
Some of the contributors would class themselves as same-sex attracted, and they speak about the fulfilment they find in their relationship with Jesus as they live celibate lives.
We commend this video to you, and to the whole Methodist Church. 


MET - REGIONAL GATHERINGS

MET ran a number of 'regional Gatherings' in the autumn of 2019 and in early 2020
for those concerned about the current direction of travel in
the Methodist Church on issues concerning Marriage and Relationships.

Visit Regional Gatherings