How to push through the pandemic

Bob Davies tells us about his collection of lockdown adventures in the latest Roof 'n' Roots

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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.

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'It felt like coming home'

Norman grew up amid fierce religious division in Northern Ireland. Jan had to work through issues from her childhood. They both found healing from their own ‘troubles'

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The MMHS Residents' Handbook

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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Time Lord Nev puts up a place to ponder

Cameras were rolling when Society resident Revd Neville Pugh set up the MMHS clock at Wesley’s Chapel in London. A special edit of the movie was screened at the first ever virtual Methodist Conference. Here is the original full-length version, filmed before the Coronavirus crisis. Wesley's Chapel is starting to open again, so you can have a few moments' reflection by enjoying our clock!


Joyce shares her homecoming adventure

‘By God’s provision, I came here...It was a summer evening and I saw what I knew could be home’

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