Friday Reflection – 27th November 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s Friday Reflection is from Ruth Gee. Ruth is the Assistant Secretary of the Methodist Conference, Connexional

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Friday Reflection – 20th November 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s Friday Reflection is from Revd Josette Crane. Josette is one of our chaplains at the New

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Friday Reflection – 13th November 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s Friday Reflection is from Naomi Sharp, a local preacher and lay worker in the Bristol and South

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Friday Reflection – 6th November 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s Friday Reflection is from Tim Lansdown, a local preacher and volunteer at the New Room. Amos

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Friday Reflection – 30th October 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s reflection is from Revd Patrick Stonehewer, who is minister for a group of churches in the

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Wesley Wednesday – 28th October 2020

It’s Wesley Wednesday! Here’s today’s quote from John Wesley.

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NEW EVALUATION OF BRISTOL AND THE SLAVE TRADE

The perfect Christmas stocking-filler for those inspired by the emergence in 2020 of Black Lives Matter, might be the compelling new account of Bristol’s controversial role in the slave trade in a lavishly-illustrated new book, Slavery And Bristol, by acclaimed local historian Gary M Best. “I believe this history will not only inform readers but deeply and profoundly make them question the

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Friday Reflection – 23rd October 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s Friday Reflection is from Bob Wood, a local preacher who served for many years as a

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Wesley Wednesday – 21st October 2020

It’s Wesley Wednesday! Here’s today’s quote from John Wesley.

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Friday Reflection – 16th October 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week. We hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a moment of quiet thought and prayer. This week’s reflection is from Revd David Alderman. David is Superintendent Minister of the Bristol & South Gloucestershire Circuit

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