Friday Reflection – 15th May 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week during the time that we are closed. Even though we cannot currently join together for our usual Friday lunchtime Communion service in the chapel, we hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a

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Wesley Wednesday – 13th May 2020

It’s #WesleyWednesday! Here’s a quote from John Wesley, taken from a letter to Samuel Walker in 1756.

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Friday Reflection – 8th May 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week during the time that we are closed. Even though we cannot currently join together for our usual Friday lunchtime Communion service in the chapel, we hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a

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Wesley Wednesday – 6th May 2020

Happy #WesleyWednesday! This week’s Wesley Wednesday thought features some words from John and Charles’ mother Susanna:

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Friday Reflection – 1st May 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week during the time that we are closed. Even though we cannot currently join together for our usual Friday lunchtime Communion service in the chapel, we hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a

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Wesley Wednesday – 29th April 2020

It’s #WesleyWednesday! These words are taken from a hymn by Charles Wesley:

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Friday Reflection – 24th April 2020

                  The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week during the time that we are closed. Even though we cannot currently join together for our usual Friday lunchtime Communion service in the chapel, we hope that these short reflections will

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Wesley Wednesday – 22nd April 2020

Happy #WesleyWednesday! This week’s thought on how to deal with differing views comes from John Wesley:

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Friday Reflection – April 17th 2020

The New Room is sharing a Friday reflection each week during the time that we are closed. Even though we cannot currently join together for our usual Friday lunchtime Communion service in the chapel, we hope that these short reflections will act as a point of spiritual focus, enabling a

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Wesley Wednesday – 15th April 2020

Happy #WesleyWednesday! These words are always attributed to John Wesley but they were possibly written after his death as a summary of his teaching. Nevertheless, they are still an encouragement and a challenge to live well in today’s world:

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