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.
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We belonged to the congregation of the Primitive Methodists.
But this is certain, he began with the Royal Family, the Primitive Methodists, and the price of fish; and he got from that
Expect a variety of music, including old-time ballads, cowboy songs and primitive Methodist hymns, accompanied by Sara's unique banjo style and Kieron's blues-inflected guitar.
Pte Norman Schofield, 21, of 41 Berry Croft, had enlisted in 1914 and had been connected with Honley Primitive Methodist Church.
Left, Newcastle's first motor bus, seen in 1912; right, Felling Primitive Methodist Choir, 1913 (Norman Dunn)
The Primitive Methodist Chapel was opened in 1892 and was extended with the addition of a substantial Sunday School in 1910.
As well as raising money for the hearse, Isaac Holden played a key role in the construction of a well to improve the water supply to Allendale, provided money for the town's Primitive Methodist chapel, started a clothing club for poor women and children, and helped set up a penny savings bank.
Next door to J&J's stood the small, stonebuilt Zion Primitive Methodist chapel: our chapel.
Sunday school teacher at Hirst Primitive Methodist Church | Edward Walton: stoneman, 48, father of nine.
Primitive Methodist 'Love Feast' loving cup, possibly Welsh circa 1830, with the inscription 'In thee O Lord do I put my trust, let me never be confounded, PSA XXXI.
It is also believed that the first Primitive Methodist Chapel in Birmingham was started in Balloon Street in 1826.
He also found out that his greatgrandfather William Venables was involved in the 19th century Primitive Methodist revival movement.