We were thrilled to host the National Society Sunday service in association with Premier on Sunday, 11th June 2017.
This year’s focus was on ‘local heroes’ and was led by Revd Tony Miles and John Pantry, presenter of the ‘Inspirational Breakfast’ on Premier.
The Revd Dr Martyn Atkins, Superintendent Minister of Methodist Central Hall Westminster said,
‘The terrorist attacks in Manchester and London evoke lots of emotions in me. One emotion is a deep sense of thankful gratitude for all those people – often unsung and unassuming – who serve in various ways to help make our communities safer and better places to live in. The Society Sunday services happening in churches of all denominations across the UK this weekend as well as the National Service at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, are occasions to focus on human goodness and kindness, and a timely opportunity for us to stand together and remember in prayer those bereaved, injured and scarred by recent events. People of all faiths and none are invited to come along and celebrate some of the many and various good deeds that individuals are performing in towns and cities across the UK, and which speak more powerfully and truly than the evil deeds which seek to cause terror and division among us.’
You can listen back to the service on Premier’s Website by clicking here.