Rock of ages

An online 'heavy metal' service became church for many in lockdown. MMHS resident Revd Barrie Morley explores Metal Compline with son James

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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.

New video exposes ageism

It’s the most widespread form of discrimination in the UK. Ageism is alive and well across these islands. To counter this prevailing culture, the Centre for Ageing Better have produced a new video called Ageism: Explained. The film champions older people by addressing the impact of ageism and the reality of ageing.

Roof 'n' Roots brings you our latest news

Concert for Ukraine, heavy metal prayers, safer surfing, therapeutic gardening - and how a resident 'rescued' time - feature in the spring edition of Roof 'n' Roots. It's fresh out now.

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Charities join forces to promote legacies

MMHS has joined forces with the Methodist Church and other leading Methodist charities to produce an authoritative guide to legacy giving. Our friends at All We Can – the Methodist Relief and Development Fund – came up with the idea of forming such an alliance to promote legacies.

Here's your legacy brochure

The MMHS Residents' Handbook - complete with new updates!

From gas pipes to gardens, doorways to drains, ponds to power points – all you need to know about your home can be found in one location. That’s the brand new MMHS Residents’ Handbook.

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Resident Handbook

How we walk with you into your retirement

Charles New hit the headlines this summer when his peninsular pilgrimage across The Wirral led to a generous boost for our Wellbeing Fund. An MMHS resident and board member, Charles reflects on his 50 years in ministry, defeating the tyranny of the diary and - with our help - setting up a place to call his own.

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