Methodism began as a movement within the Church of England which grew up under the leadership of John and Charles Wesley. Beginning with the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States, the movement gradually took independence from the Anglican Communion. Methodism can now be found throughout the world in various forms.
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Divisions and Reunions in North American Methodism
Catalogues and dates the changes, schisms and reunions in North American Methodism.
History of Methodist Reform - Vol 1
Etext of a book written by Edward J. Drinkhouse. Synoptical of general Methodism 1703 to 1898. [In PDF format] [PDF]
A menu of links to 200 years of history of the Methodist Church, with special emphasis on earliest history of Methodism in Kansas.
Methodism in Newfoundland and Labrador
An account of its origins and how the work of God continued with correspondence and reports, including some to John Wesley, revival journal of 1791, memoirs of Rev George Smith also A narrative of God's love and a vindication of Rev Maxfield's conduct 1767, and pictures.
A Short History of Methodism
An account by John Wesley.
Whitefield And Calvinistic Methodism
The life and background of George Whitefield and the Calvinistic Methodism's influence on England and Wales following Whitefield's death.
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