Statement on the current political situation

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The Rev. Dr Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Church has issued a statement on the current political situation.

"Our nation flourishes when we are able to respect and love one another — even those with whom we might fundamentally disagree. I am disturbed that the current political situation is apparently eroding our ability to be a society that nurtures such respect and love."

The full statement can be found here

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