Wise man says, 'It's a "must see" movie!'

Strictly Elvis chaplain Revd Derek Aldridge watched the new biopic about the King of Rock - and wrote an exclusive review for us

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Make your home with us

Our ministers have cared for others. Now we care for them in their retirement. We provide housing for retiring Methodist presbyters and deacons who need it. We also provide housing for their widowed partners and for ministers who retire early due to ill-health.

Beat the heat

Older people – especially those over 75 – need to take action in warm weather. We share some hot advice to help you handle the heat

Summer survival tips

Our latest podcast is published now!

Pour yourself a brew. Kick off your shoes. Relax to the sounds of MMHS. You know it makes sense.

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Best of Roof 'n' Roots Vol 1

Come with us as we look back on six years of storytelling through Roof 'n' Roots - and look forward to our 75th anniversary in 2023. Join us on this pilgrimage as we trace the lives of some of the retired ministers who have made their home with us.

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Essential info for you and your home

Repairs and emergency numbers have changed. To make sure you have all the latest details for your home, get your copy of the revised Residents’ Handbook.

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Resident Handbook

With a little help from our friends

A partnership with the Methodist Church and other Methodist charities has led to a new guide to legacy giving. Our friends at All We Can – the Methodist Relief and Development Fund – came up with the idea of this project. It's already raised some welcome funds. Thank you to those who've given! It's much appreciated.

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How we walk with you into your retirement

Charles New hit the headlines when his peninsular pilgrimage across The Wirral boosted our Wellbeing Fund. An MMHS resident and former board member, Charles reflects on 50 years of ministry, defeating the diary's tyranny and - with our help - setting up a place to call his own.

News

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