John Wesley and the Slave Trade (1) Introduction

On the 2nd February 1807, the House of Commons voted in favour of the abolition of the slave trade.[1]  The celebration of the 200th anniversary of this event generated substantial interest in the subject of slavery, the history of abolition and the particular individuals involved, especially William Wilberforce.  Biographies were written, museum displays opened and… Continue reading John Wesley and the Slave Trade (1) Introduction

“Put me to what you will…” What the Covenant Renewal service says about our view of gifts and ministry

What do you enjoy doing around the house?  I love making deserts like rice pudding I would say that’s my gift. I enjoy making them and I enjoy sharing in eating them with others. I don’t mind getting out in the garden and cutting the lawn either.  I’m not so keen on drying up or… Continue reading “Put me to what you will…” What the Covenant Renewal service says about our view of gifts and ministry