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APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION
MOTHER CHURCH
TRADITIONAL SENSE
FIRST BISHOP
HOLINESS MOVEMENT
STRONGEST METHODIST CHURCH
SMALL METHODIST CHURCH
PENTECOSTAL METHODIST CHURCH
PIONEERING GROUPS
PRESENT METHODIST CHURCH
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH
UNIFIED METHODIST CHURCH
BISHOP TAYLOR
DOCTRINAL STANDARD
EPISCOPACY
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH BISHOPS
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FUNCTION
MILLION-MEMBER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
ANNUAL CONFERENCE
BASHFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SOUTHERN BRANCHES
LOCAL METHODIST CHURCH
CONNEXIONAL STRUCTURE
KOREAN METHODIST CHURCH
MCKENDREE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT
BISHOP WILLIAM MCKENDREE
CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHURCH
AMERICAN BISHOP
WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHURCH
CURRENT METHODIST CHURCH
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
GENERAL CONFERENCE
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
UMC
BRITISH METHODIST CHURCH
PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH
EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN
SOUTHERN METHODIST CHURCH
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
PRACTICE
SCHISMS
HISTORY
INFLUENCE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Methodist Church"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Methodist Church is traditionally known as non-conformist because it does not conform to the rules and authority of the established Church of England. (Web site)
  2. The Methodist Church is part of the whole Church of Christ. (Web site)
  3. The Methodist Church was also interested in closer ties with other Methodist and Wesleyan bodies.
  4. The Methodist Church is still characterised by the tradition of recognising and valuing the role of lay people. (Web site)
  5. The Methodist Church is an example of the phenomenon of Protestant churches breaking off from themselves. (Web site)

Apostolic Succession

  1. The United Methodist Church believes that its bishops and elders receive apostolic succession through John Wesley. (Web site)

Mother Church

  1. Like the mother church, the Methodist Church in Ghana was established by people of Anglican background. (Web site)

Traditional Sense

  1. In light of Wesley's episcopal consecration, the Methodist Church can lay a claim on apostolic succession, as understood in the traditional sense. (Web site)

First Bishop

  1. It was founded in 1866 as Chili Seminary by Benjamin Titus Roberts, the first bishop of the Free Methodist Church. (Web site)

Holiness Movement

  1. Collins argued that the seeds of the demise of the holiness movement were sown by leaving the Methodist Church. (Web site)
  2. The Free Methodist Church is a Methodist Christian denomination within the holiness movement.

Strongest Methodist Church

  1. The strongest Methodist church in the world is probably now in South Korea.

Small Methodist Church

  1. I saw this clearly on a visit I made to a small Methodist church in the north of Scotland. (Web site)

Pentecostal Methodist Church

  1. In 1967 an affiliation was formed with the Pentecostal Methodist Church of Chile, one of the largest national Pentecostal churches in the world.

Pioneering Groups

  1. In Canada, the Methodist Church of Canada was an 1884 union of pioneering groups.

Present Methodist Church

  1. In 1932 the three main Methodist groups in Britain came together to form the present Methodist Church. (Web site)

Central Methodist Church

  1. Dr. Coors served the Central Methodist Church of Lansing, Michigan for fourteen years (until elected a Bishop).

Unified Methodist Church

  1. In 1932, the United Methodists united with the Wesleyan Methodists and Primitive Methodists to once again form a unified Methodist Church.

Bishop Taylor

  1. Bishop Taylor was also one of only three remaining African American Bishops elected by the Central Jurisdiction of The Methodist Church.

Doctrinal Standard

  1. His published Sermons became and remain the doctrinal standard of the Methodist Church. (Web site)

Episcopacy

  1. Bishops of The United Methodist Church and its predecessor denominations, in order of their election to the Episcopacy, both living and dead.

United Methodist Church Bishops

  1. In the United Methodist Church bishops remain members of the " Order of Elders " while being consecrated to the " Office of the Episcopacy ".
  2. In The United Methodist Church bishops are not ordained in the traditional sense (i.e.

United Methodist Church Function

  1. In all of these areas, bishops of United Methodist Church function very much in the historic meaning of the term. (Web site)

Million-Member United Methodist Church

  1. The conference, meeting April 23-May 2, is the legislative arm of the 11.5 million-member United Methodist Church. (Web site)

Annual Conference

  1. The Methodist Church has been characterised by a strong central organization, the Connexion, which holds an annual Conference.

Bashford United Methodist Church

  1. She was a homemaker, Avon lady, a member of Bashford United Methodist church and an avid Euchre player.

Southern Branches

  1. With the formation of the Methodist Church in 1939 by the Northern and Southern branches and the Methodist Protestants, reunion was achieved.
  2. The League existed in both the Northern and Southern branches of the Methodist Episcopal denomination and also in the Methodist church of Canada. (Web site)

Local Methodist Church

  1. He subsequently moved to London where he joined the local Methodist Church and became a minister. (Web site)

Connexional Structure

  1. The Methodist Church has a Connexional structure rather than a congregational one. (Web site)

Korean Methodist Church

  1. At the time, Jensen and her husband were in Korea, where her ordination was fully recognized by the Korean Methodist Church.
  2. Since its founding in 19th century, the Korean Methodist Church has dramatically developed as one of major Protestant denominations in Korea.
  3. The Korean Methodist Church is also a strong Methodist Church for international mission, sending missionaries to 76 countries in the world.

Mckendree Memorial Methodist Church

  1. Because of this union, the McKendree Memorial Methodist Church changed its name once again. (Web site)

General Superintendent

  1. When union was achieved in 1884, Carman became a General Superintendent of the Methodist Church, a post he held until his retirement in 1914. (Web site)

Bishop William Mckendree

  1. The name of this new church was changed from Portland Methodist Church to McKendree Memorial Methodist Church in memory of Bishop William McKendree. (Web site)

Calvinistic Methodist Church

  1. The Calvinistic Methodist Church was introduced (c.1826) into the United States by Welsh settlers in central New York state.
  2. One other great concern of the Calvinistic Methodist Church was revival.

American Bishop

  1. Carl Julian Sanders (1912-2007) was an American Bishop of the United Methodist Church who was elected to said office in 1972.

Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church

  1. The first organization of a Welsh Calvinistic Methodist church in the United States was at Remsen, N. Y., in 1824. (Web site)

Current Methodist Church

  1. The three major streams of British Methodism united in 1932 to form the current Methodist Church of Great Britain.
  2. The three major streams of British Methodism united in 1933 to form the current Methodist Church of Britain. (Web site)

First United Methodist Church

  1. She was a member of First United Methodist Church where she was organist and was a member of Stephen Ministry. (Web site)

Methodist Episcopal Church

  1. Edward Thomson was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church (and therefore also of the United Methodist Church), elected in 1864.
  2. The first denomination to come out of the Methodist Episcopal Church was the Wesleyan Methodist Church, founded in 1842. (Web site)

General Conference

  1. The highest level is called the General conference (United Methodist Church) and is the only organization which may speak officially for the church.
  2. It is a sure sign of hope to find our United Methodist Church, in it recent General Conference, moving in much the same hopeful direction.
  3. In The United Methodist Church, this authority is constitutional, but subject to definition by the General Conference.

First Methodist Church

  1. Bishop Taylor traveled to San Francisco, California in 1849, and organized the first Methodist church in San Francisco. (Web site)
  2. That year land was bought on which to build a chapel, and in 1788 the first Methodist church in Canada was built at Point de Bute. (Web site)

Umc

  1. The United Methodist Church (UMC) is a Christian denomination that formed in the mid-1900s and traces its roots to the ministry of John Wesley in the 1700s.
  2. An Episcopal Area in the United Methodist Church (UMC) is a basic unit of this denomination. (Web site)
  3. The United Methodist Church (UMC) is a Methodist Christian denomination which is both mainline and evangelical. (Web site)

British Methodist Church

  1. The governing body of the British Methodist Church is the Conference. (Web site)
  2. The British Methodist Church has more than 500 Superintendents who are not a separate order of ministry but a role within the order of Presbyters. (Web site)

Primitive Methodist Church

  1. He formed his people into the Primitive Methodist Church.
  2. The Primitive Methodist Church formed one of the three streams of Methodism then extant in Britain.

Evangelical United Brethren

  1. The UMC is the successor in the United States to the Methodist Church and the Evangelical United Brethren, which merged in the 1960s. (Web site)

Southern Methodist Church

  1. The Southern Methodist Church is a biblically conservative denomination with churches located in the southeastern part of the United States. (Web site)
  2. From there, the two women went to Searcy, where they conducted a revival in the Southern Methodist church.

Wesleyan Methodist Church

  1. In 1791, after Wesley's death, the English Methodists were formally separated from the Church of England and established the Wesleyan Methodist Church.
  2. But what many people do not know is that the Wesleyan Methodist Church was also at the forefront of fighting for the rights of women. (Web site)
  3. His sermons became the doctrinal standard of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. (Web site)

Free Methodist Church

  1. Prior to the emergence of The Free Methodist Church in Canada, Methodism had already had a long history in Canadian society.
  2. Tensions had existed in the Wesleyan Methodist Church since 1950s, beginning with the failure of a proposed merger with the Free Methodist Church.
  3. The Free Methodist Church recognizes the Bible as the rule for all matters of faith and life.

Practice

  1. The Methodist Church acknowledges this revelation as the supreme rule of faith and practice. (Web site)

Schisms

  1. This church underwent various mergers and schisms and today is a part of the United Methodist Church.
  2. Some of these schisms healed in the early twentieth century, and many of the splinter Methodist groups came together to form The Methodist Church by 1939.

History

  1. The Methodist Church in Lisvane seems to have had a history of building churches that do not last very well or are poorly maintained. (Web site)

Influence

  1. She shared that the influence of the United Methodist Church helped shape her.

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