MET Statement

In the light of the changes regarding Methodist Conference 2020,
MET have issued a statement. To read it visit 
MET Statement 3 April 2020

Remaining Faithful Logo and Ri


MET resources

which advocate reasons for
holding to the traditional view of marriage:
Click here for Leaflet (4 pages)
and Study Guide (16 pages).


      MET - Writing Faithfully

MET urges you to write letters to
your Minister, Superintendent, Chair of District,
Circuit Representatives to Synod
and District Representatives to Conference.
For a briefing sheet with some suggestions of what to
include within letters visit MET Writing Faithfully

MET - Regional Gatherings

MET ran a number of 'regional Gatherings'
in the autumn of 2019 and in early 2020 for those 

concerned about the current direction of travel in
the Methodist Church on issues concerning
Marriage and Relationships,
visit Regional Gatherings

MET - Faithful Listening  

A response to the 2019 Conference report 'God in Love Unites Us' 
To read MET's response (June 2019) visit MET - Faithful Listening

To read MET's initial statement regarding the 2019 Methodist Conference (July 2019)

visit MET Initial Statement

MET - Speaking Faithfully

an encouragement to get involved with
the God in Love Unites Us consultations.
Visit Speaking Faithfully

Jesus and Homosexual Practices

A look at Jesus' attitude towards homosexual practice,
by Methodist Minister and New Testament scholar, the Revd Dr Peter Ensor.
To read this article visit Jesus and homosexual Practices


This 6 week Bible study has been produced to be used as a tool in small groups
to help teach on issues of sexuality in a Christian setting.
This is not a MET resource, and has been written by Sarah Sedgwick
and produced by Transformed By God's Love ministries.

For further details visit


Visit Additional Resources 

to read additional articles written by MET Partners