Clips from circuit worship on Sunday 21 June, when we heard the story of the Good Samaritan and thought together about being a good neighbour in many contexts.
John Elston, circuit local preacher and member at Moston, reflects on being a good neighbour on Father’s Day.
Ria Delves, circuit local preacher and member at Levenshulme, reflects on what it means to be a good neighbour on Windrush Day, as we celebrate our multi-cultural society.
Erinma Bell MBE, a trustee of #WeStandTogether and a member of Whalley Range Methodist Church, speaks about being a good neighbour in Refugee Week and tells the story of Sama, a refugee from Syria. To hear more of Sama’s story, please follow this link https://www.radioafricana.com/downloads/Charisma.mp3
Alistair Cox of the Amani Centre and the Jo Cox Foundation reflects on the legacy of Jo Cox’s words: ‘we have far more in common with each other than things that divide us’. This week has seen the fourth anniversary of her murder.