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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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

Definitions

  1. Methodist churches were among the first in other parts of the county. (Web site)
  2. Many Methodist churches are named after saints, such as the Twelve Apostles, John Wesley, etc. (Web site)
  3. United Methodist churches are struggling to pay their apportioned giving in full. (Web site)
  4. American Methodist churches are generally organized on a connectional model, related but not identical to that used in Britain.

World Methodist Council

  1. The worldwide umbrella organisation for all Methodist Churches is the World Methodist Council, set up in 1951. (Web site)

Methodist Episcopal Churches

  1. As a result, even down into modern times, there have been a number of Methodist churches - Methodist Episcopal churches, Methodist Protestant churches, etc. (Web site)

German Lutheran

  1. Has Christian, German Lutheran and Methodist churches, 2 banks, 2 hotels, an opera house and 3 grain elevators.

Denominations

  1. From 1867 to 1880, the holiness movement gained increasing force within the Methodist churches as well as in other denominations.
  2. United Methodist churches and organizations join in mission with each other and with other denominations.

Membership

  1. An example is the Piedmont Interfaith Council which includes United Methodist churches in its membership. (Web site)

Blacks

  1. Asbury revoked his support, and after 1809, he decided not to ordain any more blacks as elders of Methodist churches. (Web site)

Methodist

  1. METHODIST - refers to the church's membership in the family of Methodist churches. (Web site)
  2. There are many Korean-language Methodist churches in North America catering to Korean-speaking immigrants, not all of which are named as Methodist.

Episcopal

  1. He said the Episcopal and United Methodist churches could be the next to call for divestment. (Web site)

Church

  1. All the Methodist churches have adopted the Western custom of women wearing hats to church.

Presbyterian

  1. In many Presbyterian, Lutheran, Episcopal and Methodist Churches the communicant, not the minister, dips the host in the chalice. (Web site)
  2. Through the years additional denominations formed, including: Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist churches. (Web site)

Commonwealth Countries

  1. Missionaries from Britain, America, and Australia founded Methodist churches in many Commonwealth countries.

Anglican

  1. Established in 1948, it has a membership of more than 100 countries and more than 300 churches, including the Orthodox, Anglican, and Methodist churches.
  2. Key doctrine of Anglican and Methodist churches, adopted by many Baptists and some Congregationalists.

Thirty-Nine Articles

  1. The Thirty-nine Articles, abbreviated to 25, are also the chief doctrinal standard in the Methodist churches, but their authority is uncertain. (Web site)

World

  1. There are Methodist churches in most parts of the world, with United churches in South India, Canada, and Zambia. (Web site)
  2. You can find United Methodist Churches all over the world.

Churches

  1. The church suffered a split in Ireland in 1973 when a group of churches formed the Fellowship of Independent Methodist Churches.
  2. In the 1910s, Methodist Churches hosted forums in their churches to discuss eugenics. (Web site)

Offshoots

  1. These include some Methodist churches and some of their offshoots. (Web site)

United Methodist Church

  1. Many Methodist churches (see The United Methodist Church, among others) retain the form and function of episcopal polity. (Web site)

Methodist Church

  1. It is the fruit of a fusion in 2005 between the Methodist Church of France and the Union of Methodist Churches (in France).

Methodist Churches

  1. All Methodist churches have their roots in Anglicanism because their founder, John Wesley, was an Anglican priest in England in the 1700s.
  2. Currently we have information on the Catholic Church, the Orthodox Churches, the Anglican communion, Lutheran churches, and Methodist churches. (Web site)
  3. Most Methodist Churches use grape juice for "the Cup", and either leavened yeast bread or unleavened bread. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Protestantism > Anglicanism > Methodism > United Methodist Church
  2. Offshoots
  3. Unleavened Bread
  4. Protestantism > Anglicanism > Methodism > John Wesley
  5. Christians > Protestants > Lutherans > Lutheran Churches
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