Methodist Church

  • (noun): A Protestant denomination founded on the principles of John Wesley and Charles Wesley.
    Synonyms: Methodists

Some articles on methodist church, church, methodist:

South Harwich Methodist Church
... South Harwich Methodist Church is a historic Methodist church building on 270 Chatham Road in South Harwich, Massachusetts, USA ... The church was built in 1836 in a Greek Revival/Gothic Revival style and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 ...
Lovely Lane Methodist Church
... Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, formerly known as First Methodist Episcopal Church, is a historic United Methodist church located at Baltimore ... It is also known as the Mother Church of American Methodism ... Carson was supervising architect for Stanford White in construction of the church ...
St. Paul's United Methodist Church
... Paul's United Methodist Church can refer to St ... Paul's United Methodist Church (Nyack, New York), listed on the U.S ... Paul's United Methodist Church (Houston, Texas) St ...
List Of Churches In Lisburn - List - Lisburn City Centre (28)
... Lisburn Cathedral Christ Church Parish, Lisburn First Lisburn Presbyterian Church Railway Street Presbyterian Church St ... Patrick’s Church, Lisburn Seymour Street Methodist Church Lisburn Christian Fellowship Lisburn Gospel Hall Apostolic Church Polish Mission Church Kingdom Life City Church Lisburn Christian Workers’ Union ... Paul’s Parish Church of the Nazarene St ...
Mount Auburn Cemetery (Baltimore, Maryland) - History
... Reverend James Peck in protest to segregation against the White Methodist Church ... Once part of a farm, the land was given to the Methodist Church and assigned to the Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church to oversee its grounds ...

Famous quotes containing the words church and/or methodist:

    Isn’t this your life? That ancient kiss
    still burning out your eyes? Isn’t this defeat
    so accurate, the church bell simply seems
    a pure announcement: ring and no one comes?
    Richard Hugo (1923–1982)

    Kipling, the grandson of a Methodist preacher, reveals the tin-pot evangelist with increasing clarity as youth and its ribaldries pass away and he falls back upon his fundamentals.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)