Wesley Wednesday – 29th July 2020

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

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Friday Reflection – 24th July 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 Pauline Culshaw – a Local Preacher in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire

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Wesley Wednesday – 22nd July 2020

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

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Friday Reflection – 17th July 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. Dottie North is a Local Preacher in the Bristol Circuit. For this Friday reflection I am using verses

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Wesley Wednesday – 15th July 2020

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

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Friday Reflection – 10th July 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. Ken Luxon is a Local Preacher, storyteller, and Bath Tour Guide. He is married to Pearl and has

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Wesley Wednesday – 8th July 2020

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

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Friday Reflection – 3rd July 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

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Wesley Wednesday – 1st July 2020

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

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Friday Reflection – 26th June 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

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