Manchester Bombings

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We continue stand with everyone in Manchester and offer our thoughts and prayers to all who have been affected. We pray also for peace in our city and our nation.

Statement and Prayer Following Manchester Attack

We join together with people around the world in thinking of and praying for those affected by last nights attack in Manchester. If you are affected at all by events then please do get in contact with your local Minister who would be glad to support you.

You can read a statement about the attack from the President and Vice President of Conference here.

Our District Superintendents Team also had this to add...

The Birmingham Methodist District superintendents, meeting together at The Woodbrooke Quaker study centre this week and representing 8,000 Methodists across the West Midlands, wish to assure our friends and colleagues in other churches, of other faiths and in civic life across the region of our solidarity in prayer for those who have suffered as a result of the horrendous bombing in Manchester. 

We reaffirm our commitment to working with others for communities built on respect and concern for all, building bridges across our differences. 

In peace,

Ian Howarth (Chair), Neil Johnson, Helen Jobling, Tony Malcolm (Birmingham), Paul Beetham (Birmingham West), Paul Edwards (Blackheath and Halesowen), Audrey Simpson (Stratford and Evesham), Peter Powers, (Mid-Warwickshire), Carol Hamilton-Foyn (Coventry and Nuneaton), Deborah Cornish, (South-East Herefordshire), Helen Caine (South-West Worcestershire), Richard Wilde (Bromsgrove and Redditch)

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