Primitive Methodism


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Primitive Methodism

the practices of the Primitive Methodist Church whose doctrines emphasize Wesleyanism and greater congregational participation in its government. — Primitive Methodist, n.
See also: Protestantism
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ICOULD get very interested in collecting things related to Methodism - I even own a few pieces already - fact is, being a country lad, born in the shadow of a couple of places that witnessed the birth of Primitive Methodism, my ancestors were probably of the faith.
Charismatic evangelist Hugh Bourne (1772-1852), formerly a wheelwright from Stoke-on-Trent and the founder of Primitive Methodism, preached there in 1811.
The banner was made in 1908 to mark the 100th anniversary celebrations of primitive Methodism.
Bill is a history buff and is heavily involved in primitive Methodism.
The Church of England may have had the higher political influence but there was, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a welcome to Methodism and its more radical variant, Primitive Methodism.
East Anglia was also a lively centre for rural trade unionism, which was often linked to Primitive Methodism.
A LECTURE on Primitive Methodism is being held in Eaglescliffe tomorrow.
er, its North Junction signal box and Museum of Primitive Methodism, saw house prices leap by 58 per cent last year.
As a scholar whose roots lay in Primitive Methodism, Peake had warmly embraced critical scholarly methods and had become an energetic and prolific author.