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World Federation Day Study Program 2020

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The 2020 World Federation Day Study Program is now available to download from our website. This program is designed to be used as close as possible to October 26th – Federation Constitution Founding Day.

Thursdays in Black ambassadors: “We must enable and promote safe spaces for all”

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World Council of Churches (WCC) ambassadors of the Thursdays in Black campaign are standing behind a joint statement that urges both awareness and protection from the “dual pandemics” of COVID-19 and gender-based violence. “As countries respond to COVID-19 with necessary restrictions on movements and activities, more people are calling violence…

Thursdays in Black: “Pray for God’s protection for everyone”

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Thursdays in Black ambassadors and supporters are calling on us all to protect women who, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, are in situations that make them vulnerable to violence. Thursdays in Black

Maundy Thursday in Black

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We are told to stay at home and stay safe. But for some that feels impossible. Some women, some children, men even, Face another risk during this pandemic. They fear the person who Lives with them. In that secret upper room, Celebrating Passover freedom with his friends, Jesus knelt like…

LOUISE WILSON

Area President

Europe: Britain and Ireland Area

[United Kingdom]
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My Story

Louise Wilson has been involved with the WFMUCW since attending her first Area Seminar in 1998. Since then Louise has attended three European Seminars, as well as three World Assemblies and served as the Area Vice-President for Europe – Britain & Ireland from 2001 to 2006. She is a past President of the Methodist Women in Ireland and continues to serve on its General Executive. Louise is passionate about enabling others to recognize and release their gifts in God’s service and has a real desire to see the development of meaningful inter-generational relationships among women. She studied Psychology, trained as a Lecturer in Higher Education and currently works as the Training & Development Officer for the Methodist Church in Ireland. She is based in the Methodist Church in Ireland’s Theological College where she facilitates courses in Pastoral Care and Prayer Ministry and has oversight of training for Local Preachers. Louise is married to Tom and together they have a son and daughter-in-law, two daughters and three grandchildren. In her spare time she loves to travel and also enjoys baking, cooking, reading, theatre, cinema and dining out.

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April 23, 2020

Thursdays in Black ambassadors: “We must enable and promote safe spaces for all”

World Council of Churches (WCC) ambassadors of the Thursdays in Black campaign are standing behind a joint statement that urges both awareness and protection from the “dual pandemics” of COVID-19 and gender-based violence. “As countries respond to COVID-19 with necessary restrictions on movements and activities, more people are calling violence…
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April 9, 2020

Maundy Thursday in Black

We are told to stay at home and stay safe. But for some that feels impossible. Some women, some children, men even, Face another risk during this pandemic. They fear the person who Lives with them. In that secret upper room, Celebrating Passover freedom with his friends, Jesus knelt like…
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October 11, 2019

Thursdays in Black Ambassadors

The World Council of Churches has produced a series of interviews with Thursdays in Black ambassadors highlighting those who are playing a vital role in increasing the impact of our collective call for a world without rape and violence. Alison Judd is the world president for the World Federation of…
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July 28, 2019

Thursdays in Black

Bishop Rosemarie Wenner who is Geneva Secretary for the World Methodist Council, supports the Thursdays in Black campaign. She has sent a link which invites us to contribute to a “Waterfall of Solidarity and Resistance” https://www.oikoumene.org/en/press-centre/news/contribute-to-a-thursdays-in-black-global-exhibit-waterfall-of-solidarity-and-resistance
Europe: Britain and Ireland Area
July 28, 2018

Seoul Reflections

Carolyn Lawrence, the VP for Europe: Britain and Ireland Area, was also in Seoul for the World Methodist Council Meeting 2018. Here she writes about her experiences and shares some photos. http://carolynlawrence.blogspot.com/2018/07/seoul-reflections.html