CAP Monthly Column – October 2019

Kick the habit this October – it’s worth it! Stoptober and Go Sober for October are back for another year. Each year, these national campaigns encourage people to wave goodbye to habitual dependencies such as smoking, alcohol, overeating and more. Taking control of our habits and dependencies has all sorts of advantages, from putting more… Read more »

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Statement on political situation

27 September 2019 Statement on political situation The Revd Dr Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Conference, has released the following statement regarding the current political situation. It is right that there is a passionate debate about Brexit, but there is much about the tone of the current debate that is concerning, sometimes it appears… Read more »

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The Story Project

The Revd Trey Hall, Director of Evangelism and Growth, talks about the Story Project. 

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Caldicot Food Bank has been served an eviction notice on its warehouse

For the last four and a half years Caldicot Food Bank have been ‘Peppercorn Rent’ tenants of the Aneurin Bevan NHS Trust. We’ve paid no rent, no community charge/commercial rates, no service charge for the likes of electricity and water, and no insurance on this property.  When we moved in we were told they couldn’t… Read more »

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New Vice-President

Pleasure, piety and politics – the new Vice-President sets out his framework for a Chris At the beginning of his year in office as Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, Professor Clive Marsh, set out how life-experience can be contained in the relationship between pleasure, piety and politics. In addition, this framework can be used to… Read more »

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