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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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
The church sits on the site of a Primitive Methodist chapel which was knocked down and replaced with the structure which stands today.
|| Hebburn Primitive Methodist Church day trip to South Shields, c1910
Nelson Street was once home to a dispensary, Primitive Methodist chapel, and a Victorian music hall where, in 1861, Charles Dickens gave readings of Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield and Dombey and Son.
The former Primitive Methodist Chapel can be seen in the background of this 1956 Chorlton-on-Medlock picture.
As a boy he attended Scholes Primitive Methodist Sunday School and was a communicant at Holy Trinity Parish Church, Hepworth.
In his defence, it was said that Mr Ball was a Primitive Methodist and was used to interjecting at any part of the services he attended.
Jeffrey Plevey, 55, was found under rubble at the site of the former Citadel building, previously the Mount Hermon Primitive Methodist Chapel, in Adamsdown on July 18 last year.
dci tpy pu Jeffrey Plevey, 55, pictured, was found under rubble at the site of the former Citadel building, previously the Mount Hermon Primitive Methodist Chapel, in Adamsdown on July 18 last year.
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.
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.