A report commissioned by the Joint Public Issues Team (including Methodists) has been endorsed by many faith leaders in the UK, calling on the government to take immediate action to bridge the shortfall and ensure families have enough to live.
There is still time to sign up for the on 10th August 2022, 7-8pm. Register to attend here: https://fal.cn/3qIFJ. It’s free!
It is important that everyone’s Safeguarding status has not expired and is as up-dated as possible. Why?
most importantly, taking the well-being of others, especially vulnerable persons, with the utmost seriousness
with that, recognition of our own tendencies to pre-judge and make assumptions
the overall position of the Methodist Church – connexionally and locally – if (when) issues do arise
our qualification to hold office, exercise responsibility, & undertake tasks within the Church.
For most of us, this means undertaking updated Foundation Training; for some, advanced modules also.
If you are not clear about your current ‘status’ (level of training last undertaken & when), please check with Sue M-J.
There are still plenty places available on the Foundation training taking place online on Saturday 20th August from 10 am-1 pm. Anyone required to complete or refresh with the Foundation Module should sign up here https://foundation-module-aug2022.eventbrite.co.uk.
If online training is not possible or useful for you, please contact Sue M-J so other methods can be arranged.
The Abbey team welcomes guests from many countries to Iona each week to explore issues of common concern – including the environment, peace-building, poverty & inequality, racism, refugees, inclusion & diversity, interfaith dialogue. We work together, we worship together and we share meals as part of our common life.
BFCG has participated in this traditional Week over the years, more recently with a United Songs of Praise and it is proposed to do so again this year. The Songs of Praise will be held in the New Kirk (Queen Street /St Vincent Street corner) on Sunday 10th July at 6.30pm.
It is hoped that the hymn selection will come from among as wide a range as possible of BFCG member churches (which includes Dundee Methodists). Let the Eassons know your choice & reasons for it by phone or email.