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Worship fully, love all, sew for the city

At WPM our focus has always been to worship fully, love all and serve the city. Over the last few weeks that has looked very different! Along with sewing sets of scrubs for NHS and care workers as part of … Continue reading

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On the move!

For the last three years our Sunday evening services (Vitalise) have been taking place in Darlington street methodist church. Sadly, at the end of September Darlington street church met for their last service before the church closes. We are so … Continue reading

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Changes at Vitalise

As we approach the summer at WPM, we will be going through a person of a little change! Exciting things are afoot for Nicola and Kate, our staff members, and the faces you see at prayers, on Sunday evenings and … Continue reading

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A hot tub and the Holy Spirit: our 2018 baptism service

Discipling new Christians is central to our mission at WPM so it is always a pleasure to see young adults reach a stage in their faith journey where they feel ready to make the public commitment of baptism. This Pentecost, … Continue reading

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WPM weekend away 2018

After all the excitement of Easter, we have just enjoyed another one of the highlights of WPM’s calendar – our annual weekend away to Cefn Lea in Wales. We are indebted to all who prayed for nice weather – we … Continue reading

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He is Risen! Easter 2018

Here at Vitalise, we are just settling back into our regular pattern of prayer, worship and chaplaincy after a hectic but enormously fun Holy Week and Easter. Our staff, volunteers and church members juggled all our regular work with one-off … Continue reading

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Learning from others: Interfaith at Vitalise

As a church located in one of the most culturally diverse parts of the UK, it would be extremely remiss of us not to try to engage with individuals and local communities of other faiths – we’re called to love … Continue reading

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