Methodist deacon David Clark tells us I became a deacon at 71 – moving into the Methodist Diaconal Order after many years as a Methodist presbyter – because for many years my work had been on the boundary of church and society, in my case in education. [I wonder what that says about the theology … Continue reading FROM PRESBYTER TO DEACON
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It's good news that the Anglican and Methodist churches seem at last to be moving towards real unity and interchangeability of ministers. But where does this leave deacons of both denominations? Has any thought been given to our vocation and ministry? David Clark has sent off this letter to the Church Times. Regardless of whether … Continue reading ANGLICAN-METHODIST UNITY – WHERE WILL DEACONS STAND?