Churches work in harmony in rural communities | Letters

The Church of England and the nonconformist churches have long been in a fruitful partnershipThere is no doubt about the enormous contribution being made by clergy from the established church in responding to the challenges of poverty, isolation and cuts to public services in rural areas (“How rural vicars became the last social workers in the countryside”, News.However, it was disappointing that the article failed to mention the significant contribution being made, often in partnership with the C of E, by the nonconformist churches, in particular the Methodist church. Continue reading...

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