Methodists and Anglicans look to closer partnership
The Church of England may allow Methodists to serve in Anglican parishes

The Church of England and the Methodist Church have been challenged to ‘break the logjam’ in relations between them in a set of radical proposals to both bodies.

The churches signed a covenant 11 years ago committing themselves to working more closely together and seeking ‘visible unity’. While there are many good...

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