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Coronavirus Guidance from the 
Methodist Church

It is recommended that worship services in Methodist Churches are suspended for the time being in line with Government guidance. 

Please see the full statement from the Methodist Church here

Coronavirus Updates

Services at Home 

Circuit Services at Home

You can download these Methodist Church service sheets to use at home. 

Alternatively you can watch a live streamed worship service from Wesley's Chapel, London here (starts 11.00am every Sunday)

Live and recorded services from Methodist Central Hall

Morning prayers 

Methodist churches are sharing weekday morning prayers online:

09:00 Wesley House, Cambridge

(Resources for the prayers and readings are available here)

10:00 Wesley’s Chapel, London

All We Can

In the world’s poorest communities people are having to face coronavirus without access to running water and soap. Living in cramped and unhygienic conditions, social distancing simply isn’t possible. All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain have launched an Emergency Coronavirus Appeal to help equip vulnerable communities across the globe to combat coronavirus.

West London Mission  

During this crisis the West London Mission are doing all they can to keep the vulnerable safe. Many have suffered trauma in the past and have underlying health conditions, they are struggling and are deeply anxious. You can read more about the WLM response to the crisis and their appeal here.

Thy Kingdom Come | 21-31 May, 2020

Thy Kingdom Come: Join the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ: 21-31 May 2020.

Jesus Loves All: A Prayer Journal

Journey through the eleven days of Thy Kingdom Come using the prayer journal Jesus loves all, written by Methodist Youth President, Thelma Commey.

·         Each day has a passage from the Bible, a short reflection, a prayer, and a suggestion for action. There is also space for your own notes.

·         Throughout the journal there are images to help you meditate on each daily theme. Let these inspire you as you read through that day's notes; and add your own notes.

·         Author, Thelma Commey says, “It is my prayer that as we explore Scripture and reflect on the unconditional love of Jesus, you will experience it for yourself. Jesus loves you”.

A free copy of the journal went inside the connexion magazine, issue 18, ‘Letting Go’.   

The Family Adventure Prayer Map

Perfect for home schooling, the Digital Family Adventure Prayer Map takes you and your kids or grandkids through 11 days of fun prayer activities between Ascension and Pentecost.

Learn Bible stories in an accessible way, talk to God, draw, write and solve puzzles using this colourful A2 folded map, which is suitable for 5 to 11-year-olds.

The Digital Family Adventure Prayer Map is the flagship family resource for Thy Kingdom Come. This year there is an app which is to be used in collaboration with the mapfeaturing daily games and videos. There are also lots of other helpful ways to engage further with the Prayer Map, including the podcast and the school assemblies plan. To find out more visit the Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Map web page.

Well Being resources

Mental Health Cards for children and young people:

Staying mentally healthy


These cards are available in packs of ten. Each provides tips on how to stay mentally healthy and information on where to get help.

Slow Journeys in the Same Direction: A colouring book with a little mindful purpose

This beautifully designed adult colouring book, can be used for relaxation or as part of your daily devotions.

Mental Health Awareness Week is 18-24 May, 2020.

How to order





0845 017 8220




Methodist Publishing, Norwich Books and Music, 

13a Hellesdon Park Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 5DR.

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