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Young Methodists publish concerns in third manifesto

by a staff reporter

Posted: 26 Feb 2016 @ 12:05

THREE manifestos published by the Children and Youth Assembly of the Methodist Church put concerns about the environment, the refugee crisis, and the poverty gap at the top of the agenda for the Church. The manifestos are by children aged up to 11, teenagers, and young adults, and list the topics they want to discuss, and hear more of, in church.

The lists were compiled after research at the Church’s Children and Youth Assembly: 3Generate. Nearly 600 children and young people attended ...

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