Vine at Home 24th May

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Vine at Home looks at Acts 2: 42 — 47 and Micah 6: 6-8

Over the last few years, the Methodist Church has been developing a simple rule of life. Called a Methodist Way of Life, it outlines the practices that express what it means to be a Methodist Christian. It will be sent to all Methodists later in the year but at the end of April, the commitment card and accompanying questions were made available on the Methodist church website (www.methodistchurch.org.uk/MWOL). In this week's The Vine at Home, Roger Walton offers a brief reflection to introduce a Methodist Way of Life.

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