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Some of the members of the Hayes Churches

 

Methodist Links

Hayes End is one of 17 churches that make up the Harrow & Hillingdon Circuit of the Methodist Church of Great Britain. The Circuit website has information about all of these churches and news about what's happening locally.

 The Methodist Church website is the main website for the Methodist Church of Great Britain and has a wide range of articles on subjects like our beliefs, Methodism in general and resources for individuals and groups.

 The MRDF funds and supports locally-based partner organisations in 22 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. These partners carry out community development, not missionary, work. They can be secular or faith-based. They aim to target resources where the need is greatest by supporting projects based in countries low down on the UN Human Development Index, and from organisations too small to access other funding.

Prayer Links

 Sacred Space offers a daily meditation, which you can take at your own pace. The site is provided by the Irish Jesuits and inspired by Ignatian spirituality.

 

 The Methodist Church encourages churches and individuals to focus on prayer and Pray Without Ceasing was an initiative of the Methodist Church’s young people. The site has ideas for aiding prayer as well as some hints on how to pray.

 

 

 Lost in Wonder is an online labyrinth which allows you to pray in a new way. A labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool that leads the traveller along a meditative path. Through images, words, music and actions it will help you to consider your spiritual journey and be inspired and challenged.

 

Christian Charity Links

 A Rocha is a Christian environmental and nature conservation movement. Our name is Portuguese for 'the rock' - their first initiative was a field study centre in Portugal. Their projects are frequently cross-cultural in character and share a community emphasis, with a focus on science and research, practical conservation and environmental education. Their original project in the UK is Living Waterways in Southall and included the Minet Country Park.

 Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. They provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.

 CAFOD is the official Catholic aid agency for England and Wales. In more than 40 countries across the world, they bring hope, compassion and solidarity to poor communities, standing side by side with them to end poverty and injustice.

 Action for Children has been helping vulnerable and neglected children for 140 years since it was founded by a Methodist minister. They are a children's charity that supports and speaks out for the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.

 

Other Links

 Pay a visit to Ship of Fools for satire, comedy and commentary about the church in today's world. Meet the Mystery Worshipper, find gadgets for God and other light hearted topics.

 

 whychristmas? attempts to answer your Christmas questions. A child friendly site with lots of information and, most importantly, the real Christmas story,

 whyeaster? attempts to answer some of the 'why' questions associated with Easter. It tells the Easter story, following on from the one at whychristmas?, in a child friendly manner.