Wesleyan Methodists
Wesleyan Church or Wesleyan Methodist Church may refer to:
The Wesleyan Church, a Christian holiness movement church headquartered in the United States.
Many other churches bear the name Wesleyan Church or Wesleyan Methodist. These may also refer to:

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The Methodist movement is a group of historically related denominations of Protestant Christianity which derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of John ...
Our History | The Wesleyan Church
The Wesleyan Church is an evangelical, Protestant denomination. We offer the good news that faith in Jesus Christ makes possible a wonderful personal relationship ...
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The Wesleyan Methodist Church was a Methodist denomination in the United States organized on May 13, 1841. It was composed of ministers and laypeople ...
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The Wesleyan Methodist Connection was officially formed in 1842 at an organizing conference in Utica, New York, by a group of ministers and laymen splitting ...
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Wesleyan Church or Wesleyan Methodist Church may refer to: ... The Wesleyan Methodist Church (Great Britain), the original British Methodist grouping, which ...
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Christians who are/were members of the Wesleyan Church or of one of its predecessor denominations (such as the Wesleyan Methodist Connection or the ...
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Wesleyan Methodists. A group of tutors and students meeting at Oxford University in the late 1720s became known as theOxford Methodists. The group included ...
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Noun, 1. Wesleyan Methodists - the original Methodist Church. Wesleyan Methodist Church · Methodist denomination - group of Methodist congregations ...
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a Protestant Christian dedicated to the principles of evangelical Christianity taught by John Wesley; specif : a member of any of various bodies of Methodists ( as ...
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Wesleyan University was founded in 1831 by Methodist leaders and Middletown citizens. Instruction began with 48 students of varying ages, the president, three ...
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The University's relationship with the church has evolved over the years. While maintaining its Methodist affiliation, true to its founding roots Illinois Wesleyan ...
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Wesleyan University and Wesleyan College are the names of educational ... Dakota Wesleyan University, 1885, Mitchell, South Dakota, United Methodist ...
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The Wesleyan Methodist Connection was officially formed in 1842 at an organizing ... The merger took place in 1968 at Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana.
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In 1872, the University became one of the first U.S. colleges to experiment with coeducation by ...
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Wesleyan was founded as an all-male Methodist college in 1831. The University, established as an independent institution under the auspices of the Methodist ...
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Texas Wesleyan University was founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in 1890. A committee under the direction of Bishop Joseph S. Key explored ...
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History & Background. The Archives of Ohio United Methodism is a collection of books, manuscripts, pamphlets, periodicals, artifacts, and other materials ...
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The histories of the City of Delaware, the Methodist Episcopal Church, and Ohio Wesleyan University are deeply intertwined. In a very real sense, the three grew ...
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Incarnatio: Scripture & Culture in Wesleyan Perspective: From Methodist to Mainline: The Untold Story by @GeorgeGHunter
How did Methodists become mainline? In his book, The Recovery of a Contagious Methodist Movement, George Hunter argues that it was no accident. He writes: At one point in history, following the 1968 merger of The Methodist Church and The Evangelical United Brethren Church that became The United Methodist Church, Methodism was substantially, and quietly, steered toward a generic mainline destination.
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Ex Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Metheringham, Lincolnshire | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
As well as the current Methodist Chapel (seen here) Metheringham has also been home to a Primitive Methodist Chapel which was demolished in the early 70's. A Pentecostal Chapel, long since closed, housed in a nondescript building which has had other uses over the years once being the home of Metheringham's volunteer fire fighters.This shot shows the old Wesleyan Chapel built between 1840 and 1880, now closed as a place of worship it was been a garage complete with pumps and is now Parker's Stores.