Ecumenical work is something I believe will become increasingly important in the lives of the Church. With numbers declining in many denominations coming together as one body of Christ could become something we do a lot more regularly. With this in mind I was delighted to receive an email a few months ago inviting myself and the 3Generate Ecumenical reps to attend the URC Youth Assembly.
Now I haven’t had much contact with my local URC so was interested to see what it was like. So I pack my bags and headed to Whitemoor Lakes (side note we use to hold 3Generate there a few years ago) upon arrival I was greeted by smiling and warm faces giving me various booklets and pieces of paper and welcoming me to the event.
Heading to my room, I got the chance to unpack and have a bit of a read (there is some really interesting opportunities and some we can definitelylearn from) then Jack (one of the fabulous Ecumenical reps) arrives and we have a chat about things. Then 2 other gentlemen arrive one from Scotland and the other from London and we get talking about our faith and things like that and Read the full article on the Methodist Website