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  • Jesus - WiKi Article

    Even in the age of Wiki, Jesus is the biggest hit

    What  do Jesus, Napoleon and the prophet Muhammad all have in common? They are the top three most significant historical figures, according to new analysis of online encyclopedia Wikipedia’s three million pages. Computer scientists Steven Skiena and Charles B Ward have studied the Wiki pages of more than 800,000 people to come up with a […]

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    Methodist Church to join major national credit union

    News release – 30 January 2014 Methodist Council papers here The Methodist Council, meeting in London this week, has agreed to become a partner to the Churches Mutual Credit Union (CMCU). The CMCU is an alliance between the Anglican churches in Britain, the Church of Scotland and the Methodist Church in Britain. As well as […]

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  • NIV Bible

    David Suchet reads the NIV Bible

    Christian David Suchet explains his reasons for wanting to be recorded reading the Bible. Click image to view.

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  • 10 Most Dangerous Places in the World to Be a Christian

    Open Doors USA, an organization that tracks Christian persecution, released its “2014 World Watch List” to reveal the world’s most dangerous countries for Christians. This graphic reveals the top 10 countries; all nations where Christians face threats, discrimination, kidnapping, violence and death from the government or extremist groups. Please follow link, for the full article:- […]

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  • Pres of Conference

    The President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference

    The Revd Ruth Gee and Dr Daleep Mukarji The President of the Methodist Conference Revd Ruth Gee and Vice-President Dr Daleep Mukarji blog their year of office, which began 6 July 2013. Read about the places they visit, the people they meet and the issues that concern them. . Please follow link:-   http://www.methodist-presandvp.blogspot.co.uk/

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  • Multicultural nativity play aims to set world record

     Shared from the BBC . . Our Minister the Rev Preben Andersen joined the multi national participants in their attempt to gain a World Record in the Guiness Book of Records for appearing in the largest ever multicultural nativity play. Please follow the link :- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-25194026

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  • Penycaemawr Chapel

    Many of you will have heard or seen the name Penycaemawr Chapel as one of the Chapels in the Circuit but how many of you know exactly where it is?  It is nestled on the edge of the small hamlet of Penycaemawr which is between Wentwood and Usk and I think it would be fair […]

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  • Dads Can

    How wonderful a time being or becoming a dad is. A new person in your life, new delights, hopes, sounds and smells, not to mention the lack of sleep, doubts and challenges. For many this can be a time of great uncertainty, while for others it is something that they want to sing and shout […]

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  • Methodist Book Centre

    Dear Colleague I am sure you will want to join with me in congratulating Julie Ann Ellis (manager) and the staff of the Methodist Book Centre in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent on being presented with the Large Christian Retailer of the Year 2013 award. I understand that this is now the only large Methodist Bookshop in the […]

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  • Pictures unveiling the bust of John Wesley – Tuesday 15th October at 3.30 – Devauden Village Green

    Tuesday 15th October at 3.30 Devauden Village Green Pictures of the unveiling of a bust of John Wesley. This marks the place where Wesley first preached in Wales in 1739. Including the re-enactment of the occasion with Mark Topping portraying John Wesley. Please follow link for the BBC report of this event:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-24528268

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