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The Methodist Church will be hosting another live-streamed conference in 2018, to be broadcast on Thursday 13 September, this time with a particular focus on including children and young people with additional needs.

As with our previous online conference, you can just log-on and watch. Or you could get together with a few other people to share the experience. We are encouraging all churches and groups that are planning to host a screening to register the get together on the Belonging web page, so others can find them and join in.

The day will include practical advice, speakers, lightning talks, stories from people on the ground and discussion space. The conference aims to help us all, as church, to explore ways to be sure that together we can all belong.

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