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Over the last two years, the London District has focused on the theme of Woven, a theme centred on the power of storytelling to transform and renew us in our lifelong discipleship as followers of Christ.
In that time, we had the privilege of hearing the stories of our members from a diverse context and through a variety of means. The Woven Weekend is an online and in person gathering of the London District to hear more and be inspired to continue to share God’s story, your story and every story far and wide.
What's On?
  • Engaging Saturday keynote session on Saturday with Revd Dr. Elaine Heath and Phoebe Parkin
  • Sunday services at Methodist Central Hall Westminster with Prof. Anthony Reddie and across the London District
  • Choose from a selection of topical workshops covering discipleship, working with marginalised communities, digital church, doing church with millennials and more!
Saturday 24th July 2021
Time: 10am – 12noon

(Virtual room opens from 9:40am)

Keynote Session with Revd Dr. Elaine Heath & Phoebe Parkin
Location: Online on Zoom
Register by Thursday 22nd July 2021
Time: 1pm – 2pm

(Virtual room opens from 12:45pm)

Location: Online on Zoom
Register by Tuesday 20th July 2021
(Join details to be sent a week before the event)
Date 25th July 2021
Time:  9:30am – 10:20am
Reflection with Prof. Anthony Reddie
Location: Online at mchw.live 
No advance registration required, just click the link at the time of the service
Time: 11:00am – 12noon
In Person Gathering with Prof. Anthony Reddie
Location: Methodist Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate,
London SW1H 9NH
Advance registration is encouraged to help our planning

Keynote Speakers

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Revd Dr Elaine Heath
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Professor Anthony Reddie
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Phoebe Parkin


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Exploring vocation in the context of multicultural society and the Church

Revd Tony Malcolm

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Deacon Eunice Attwood

Church at the Margins in a Global Panemic

A space to reflect on how we can support, and be transformed, by people on the economic margins of society to create gospel communities of transformation and justice. How can we be orientated to those who are economically impoverished or who are deeply vulnerable economically due to their circumstances (e.g. housing, access to employment, food poverty) and challenge the injustice of poverty.

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Mark Williamson

Doing Church with Millennials: Evangelism & Discipleship

How do we effectively engage with and disciple young adults in our churches, so they become committed, radical and mature followers of Jesus? You’ll gain plenty of ideas that can be tried both within traditional Methodist church or circuit structures, and also within more innovative missional communities. We will cover both the missiological challenge (evangelism) and the formational challenge (discipleship).

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Matthew Forsyth

What are your next steps?


'How do you take your next best step?' - that's the question All We Can and their partners ask in the communities where they work around the world. As we emerge from lockdown and the world seeks to recover from a pandemic, come along to find out how you can take your next step, and help people in some of the world's most marginalised communities to do the same.

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Being courageous at sharing God's story and your story

Jasmine Yeboah

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Ali Johnson

A Hybrid Church: Being Church in changing times

In this workshop, we are going to think about how to be a hybrid church. What does it mean to deliver what we deliver offline, online and deliver what we deliver online, offline. This session will be full of practical tips and explore how to make great use of the technology we find.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • SoundCloud

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