Friday Reflection – 26th March 2021

The New Room has been sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. Today’s reflection is from Andrew Sails who is a Supernumerary Minister. He currently lives in Exeter, where he

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Friday Reflection – 19th March 2021

The New Room has been sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. Today’s reflection is from Bridget Down, Learning Development Officer for the Methodist Church in the South West Region.

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Friday Reflection – 12th March 2021

The New Room has been sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. David Drinkard is a Retired United Methodist Pastor from Appomattox, Virginia, USA. He has participated in several Wesleyan

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Friday Reflection – 5th March 2021

The New Room has been sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. Today’s Friday Reflection is from Rev Hilary Cooke, a retired minister and a volunteer at the New Room.

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International Women’s Day 2021 

The New Room is the oldest Methodist building in the world. It has been situated in the heart of Broadmead since 1739. The New Room’s story can often centre around one man, the founder of Methodism, John Wesley, but today let’s take a closer look at some of the 18th century women engaged in the early

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