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METHODISM: Methodists urge more joint work and worship

THE President of the Methodist Conference, the Revd David Gamble, and its Vice-President, Dr Richard Vautrey, addressed the General Synod on Thursday morn­ing of last week.

Speaking alternately, they ex­plained the structures of their Church, much of the work they did, and their hopes of working more closely with the Church of England.

Mr Gamble said one of the main reasons the two men were at the Synod was because the Methodists and Anglican Churches ...

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