Steering Committee expresses solidarity with Hong Kong Methodists

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The World Methodist Council Steering Committee meeting in Mexico City 28-30 August greets you in the name of Christ our risen saviour. We are deeply conscious of the unrest in Hong Kong and we write to you, our sisters and brothers in the Methodist Church Hong Kong and the Church of Christ in China Hong Kong as fellow members of the WMC, to assure you of our love and solidarity in these difficult times. We greatly respect the ongoing peace building work in which you are engaged. Our hearts are burdened by the continuing protests in Hong Kong and the

Anniversary of Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification Celebrated

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Words are inadequate to describe the warmth of the welcome extended by the Methodist Church in Mexico with music, dance, many flavours of food, conversation and prayer. The Steering Committee where possible meets alongside member churches. Meeting in Mexico City the Committee was enriched by the life of the local Church and the dynamic vibrant historic centre of Mexico City. Bishop Dr. Moises Morales and Youth and Young Adults chair, Rev. Samuel Murillo extended a particular welcome before the meeting was constituted with worship and celebration of Holy Communion. In his opening address President of the Council, Rev. Dr. J.C.

Prayers for Korea

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The World Methodist Council invited all its members churches to assist in spreading the word and calling for prayer for the Korean Peninsula. Each year, Christians are invited to join in a prayer for peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula. Prepared by the National Council of Churches in Korea and the Korean Christian Federation, the prayer is traditionally used on the Sunday before 15 August every year. The 15th of August, celebrated as Liberation Day in both North and South Korea, marks the date in 1945 when Korea won independence from Japanese colonial oppression, yet ironically it also was

Violence Condemned by WMC

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The World Methodist Council responds with shock and sadness to the shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, in which at least 31people were killed and many injured. We offer our deepest sympathy to the families of the deceased and injured in these attacks. We also condemn the tragic and senseless killing in the Boreno, northeastern state of Borno, Nigerian, which left 65 people dead and an additional number injured. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends, as well as those throughout the world who continue to mourn the loss of life. We pray for peace for all people