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Methodism or the Methodist movement is a group of historically related denominations of Protestant Christianity which derive their inspiration from the life and teachings of John Wesley.

George Whitefield and John's brother Charles Wesley were also significant early leaders in the movement. It originated as a revival movement within the 18th-century Church of England and became a separate denomination after Wesley's death.

The movement spread throughout the British Empire , the United States, and beyond because of vigorous missionary work , [1] today claiming approximately 80 million adherents worldwide.

Wesley's theology focused on sanctification and the effect of faith on the character of a Christian. Distinguishing Methodist doctrines include the new birth , [3] an assurance of salvation , imparted righteousness , the possibility of perfection in love , [4] the works of piety , and the primacy of Scripture. Most Methodists teach that Jesus Christ , the Son of God , died for all of humanity and that salvation is available for all; in theology, this view is known as Arminianism.

However, Whitefield and several others were considered Calvinistic Methodists and held to the Calvinistic position. Methodism emphasises charity and support for the sick, the poor, and the afflicted through the works of mercy.

The movement has a wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage. Denominations that descend from the British Methodist tradition are generally less ritualistic, while American Methodism is more so, the United Methodist Church in particular.

Early Methodists were drawn from all levels of society, including the aristocracy, [nb 3] but the Methodist preachers took the message to labourers and criminals who tended to be left outside organised religion at that time. In Britain, the Methodist Church had a major effect in the early decades of the developing working class — In the United States, it became the religion of many slaves who later formed " black churches " in the Methodist tradition.

The Methodist revival began with a group of men, including John Wesley — and his younger brother Charles — , as a movement within the Church of England in the 18th century. They were accustomed to receiving Communion every week, fasting regularly, abstaining from most forms of amusement and luxury and frequently visited the sick and the poor, as well as prisoners.

The fellowship were branded as "Methodist" by their fellow students because of the way they used "rule" and "method" to go about their religious affairs. In , at the invitation of the founder of the Georgia Colony , General James Oglethorpe , both John and Charles Wesley set out for America to be ministers to the colonists and missionaries to the Native Americans. They looked for help to Peter Boehler and other members of the Moravian Church.

At a Moravian service in Aldersgate on 24 May , John experienced what has come to be called his evangelical conversion, when he felt his "heart strangely warmed". Considered a pivotal moment, Daniel L. The Wesley brothers immediately began to preach salvation by faith to individuals and groups, in houses, in religious societies , and in the few churches which had not closed their doors to evangelical preachers.

Arminius had rejected the Calvinist teaching that God had pre-ordained an elect number of people to eternal bliss while others perished eternally. George Whitefield, returning from his own mission in Georgia, joined the Wesley brothers in what was rapidly to become a national crusade.

Faced with growing evangelistic and pastoral responsibilities, Wesley and Whitefield appointed lay preachers and leaders. Wesley and his assistant preachers organised the new converts into Methodist societies. They also took part in love feasts which allowed for the sharing of testimony , a key feature of early Methodism.

Wesley's organisational skills soon established him as the primary leader of the movement. Whitefield was a Calvinist, whereas Wesley was an outspoken opponent of the doctrine of predestination.

Whitefield consistently begged Wesley not to let theological differences sever their friendship and, in time their friendship was restored, though this was seen by many of Whitefield's followers to be a doctrinal compromise.

Many clergy in the established church feared that new doctrines promulgated by the Methodists, such as the necessity of a new birth for salvation—the first work of grace, of justification by faith and of the constant and sustained action of the Holy Spirit upon the believer's soul, would produce ill effects upon weak minds. Initially, the Methodists merely sought reform within the Church of England Anglicanism , but the movement gradually departed from that Church.

George Whitefield's preference for extemporaneous prayer rather than the fixed forms of prayer in the BCP , in addition to his insistence on the necessity of the New Birth , set him at odds with Anglican clergy. As Methodist societies multiplied, and elements of an ecclesiastical system were, one after another, adopted, the breach between John Wesley and the Church of England gradually widened. In , Wesley responded to the shortage of priests in the American colonies due to the American Revolutionary War by ordaining preachers for America with power to administer the sacraments.

This split created a separate, eventually worldwide, group of church denominations. With regard to the position of Methodism within Christendom , "John Wesley once noted that what God had achieved in the development of Methodism was no mere human endeavor but the work of God.

As such it would be preserved by God so long as history remained. At the time of Wesley's death there were over Methodist preachers in British colonies and the United States. Early Methodism experienced a radical and spiritual phase that allowed women authority in church leadership. The role of the woman preacher emerged from the sense that the home should be a place of community care and should foster personal growth. Methodist women formed a community that cared for the vulnerable, extending the role of mothering beyond physical care.

Women were encouraged to testify their faith. However the centrality of women's role sharply diminished after as Methodist churches became more structured and more male dominated. The Wesleyan Education Committee, which existed from to , has documented the Methodist Church's involvement in the education of children.

At first most effort was placed in creating Sunday Schools but in the British Methodist Conference gave its blessing to the creation of "Weekday schools". Methodism spread throughout the British Empire and, mostly through Whitefield's preaching during what historians call the First Great Awakening , in colonial America. After Whitefield's death in , however, American Methodism entered a more lasting Wesleyan and Arminian phase of development.

Catechism for the Use of the People Called Methodists. Methodist churches do not adhere to a single definitive statement or " confession " of belief, unlike the Westminster Confession used by Reformed churches or the Augsburg Confession used by Lutheran churches. Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as well as the orthodox understanding of the consubstantial humanity and divinity of Jesus Christ. Methodism is evangelical in doctrine and is characterized by Wesleyan-Arminian theology.

Since enthusiastic congregational singing was a part of the early evangelical movement, Wesleyan theology took root and spread through this channel. Wesleyan Methodists identify with the Arminian conception of free will , as opposed to the theological determinism of absolute predestination. After the first work of grace the new birth , [3] Methodist soteriology emphasizes the importance of the pursuit of holiness in salvation, [56] a concept best summarized in a quote by Methodist evangelist Phoebe Palmer who stated that "justification would have ended with me had I refused to be holy.

Methodists hold that sacraments are sacred acts of divine institution. Methodism has inherited its liturgy from Anglicanism , although American Methodist theology tends to have a stronger "sacramental emphasis" than that held by Evangelical Anglicans.

In common with most Protestants, Methodists recognize two sacraments as being instituted by Christ: Methodist churches generally recognise sacraments to be a means of grace. These constitute the Works of Piety. Wesley considered means of grace to be "outward signs, words, or actions Traditionally, Methodists declare the Bible Old and New Testaments to be the only divinely inspired Scripture and the primary source of authority for Christians.

The historic Methodist understanding of Scripture is based on the superstructure of Wesleyan covenant theology. Though not infallible like holy Scripture, tradition may serve as a lens through which Scripture is interpreted.

Theological discourse for Methodists almost always makes use of Scripture read inside the wider theological tradition of Christianity. It is a historical position of the church that any disciplined theological work calls for the careful use of reason. By reason, it is said, one reads and is able to interpret the Bible coherently and consistently. By reason one asks questions of faith and seeks to understand God's action and will. Methodism insists that personal salvation always implies Christian mission and service to the world.

Methodism was endowed by the Wesley brothers with worship characterised by a twofold practice: This twofold practice became distinctive of Methodism because worship in the Church of England was based, by law, solely on the Book of Common Prayer and worship in the Non-conformist churches was almost exclusively that of "services of the word", i. John Wesley's influence meant that, in Methodism, the two practices were combined, a situation which remains characteristic of the movement. In America, the United Methodist Church and Free Methodist Church , as well as the Primitive Methodist Church and Wesleyan Methodist Church , have a wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage.

Congregations employ its liturgy and rituals as optional resources, but their use is not mandatory. These books contain the liturgies of the church that are generally derived from Wesley's Sunday Service and from the 20th-century liturgical renewal movement. The British Methodist Church is less ordered or liturgical in worship, but makes use of the Methodist Worship Book similar to the Church of England's Common Worship , containing worship services liturgies and rubrics for the celebration of other rites , such as marriage.

A unique feature of American Methodism has been the observance of the season of Kingdomtide , encompassing the last 13 weeks before Advent, thus dividing the long season after Pentecost into two distinct segments. During Kingdomtide, Methodist liturgy has traditionally emphasised charitable work and alleviating the suffering of the poor.

A second distinctive liturgical feature of Methodism is the use of Covenant Services. Although practice varies between different national churches, most Methodist churches annually follow the call of John Wesley for a renewal of their covenant with God. It is common, at least in British Methodism, for each congregation to normally hold an annual Covenant Service on the first convenient Sunday of the year, and Wesley's Covenant Prayer is still used, with minor modification, in the order of service:.

Christ has many services to be done. Some are easy, others are difficult. Some bring honour, others bring reproach. Some are suitable to our natural inclinations and temporal interests, others are contrary to both Yet the power to do all these things is given to us in Christ, who strengthens us.

I am no longer my own but yours. Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will; put me to doing, put me to suffering; let me be employed for you or laid aside for you, exalted for you or brought low for you; let me be full, let me be empty, let me have all things, let me have nothing; I freely and wholeheartedly yield all things to your pleasure and disposal. As John Wesley advocated outdoor evangelism , revival services are a traditional worship practice of Methodism that are often held in churches, as well as at camp meetings and at tent revivals.

Early Methodists wore plain dress , with Methodist clergy condemning "high headdresses, ruffles, laces, gold, and 'costly apparel' in general". Over time, many of these practices were gradually relaxed in mainline Methodism, although practices such teetotalism and fasting are still very much encouraged, in addition to the current prohibition of gambling; [84] denominations of the conservative holiness movement , such as the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection and Bible Methodist Connection of Churches , continue to reflect the spirit of the historic Methodist practice of wearing plain dress, encouraging members in "abstaining from the wearing of extravagant hairstyles, jewelry—to include rings, and expensive clothing for any reason".

Today, millions belong to Methodist churches, which are present on all populated continents. There is no single Methodist Church with universal juridical authority; Methodists belong to multiple independent denominations or " connexions ". The great majority of Methodists are members of denominations which are part of the international World Methodist Council , an association of 80 Methodist, Wesleyan and related united and uniting churches, representing over 80 million people.

I look on all the world as my parish; thus far I mean, that, in whatever part of it I am, I judge it meet, right, and my bounden duty, to declare unto all that are willing to hear, the glad tidings of salvation. Methodism is prevalent in the English-speaking world but it is also organised in mainland Europe, largely due to missionary activity of British and American Methodists.

British missionaries were primarily responsible for establishing Methodism across Ireland and Italy. The original body founded as a result of Wesley's work came to be known as the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Schisms within the original Church, and independent revivals , led to the formation of a number of separate denominations calling themselves "Methodist".

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People became passionately and emotionally involved in their religion, rather than passively listening to intellectual discourse in a detached manner. People began to study the Bible at home. The effect was akin to the individualistic trends present in Europe during the Protestant Reformation. The Second Great Awakening was a nationwide wave of revivals, from to In New England , the renewed interest in religion inspired a wave of social activism among Yankees; Methodism grew and established several colleges, notably Boston University.

In the "burned over district" of western New York, the spirit of revival burned brightly. Methodism saw the emergence of a Holiness movement. In the west, especially at Cane Ridge, Kentucky and in Tennessee , the revival strengthened the Methodists and the Baptists.

Methodism grew rapidly in the Second Great Awakening , becoming the nation's largest denomination by From 58, members in , it reached , in and 1,, in , growing by a factor of Disputes over slavery placed the church in difficulty in the first half of the 19th century, with the northern church leaders fearful of a split with the South, and reluctant to take a stand.

The Wesleyan Methodist Connexion later renamed the Wesleyan Methodist Church and the Free Methodist Churches were formed by staunch abolitionists, and the Free Methodists were especially active in the Underground Railroad , which helped to free the slaves.

In the Wesleyan Methodist Church and Pilgrim Holiness Church merged to form the Wesleyan Church ; a significant amount dissented from this decision resulting in the indepedence of the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection and the formation of the Bible Methodist Connection of Churches , both of which fall within the conservative holiness movement.

In a much larger split, in at Louisville, the churches of the slaveholding states left the Methodist Episcopal Church and formed The Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

The northern and southern branches were reunited in , when slavery was no longer an issue. In this merger also joined the Methodist Protestant Church. Some southerners, conservative in theology, opposed the merger, and formed the Southern Methodist Church in The Third Great Awakening from to saw enormous growth in Methodist membership, and a proliferation of institutions such as colleges e.

The awakening in so many cities in started the movement, but in the North it was interrupted by the Civil War. In the South, on the other hand, the Civil War stimulated revivals, especially in Lee's army [ citation needed ].

In — many Methodist ministers made strong pleas for world peace. President Woodrow Wilson a Presbyterian , promised "a war to end all wars," using language of a future peace that had been a watchword for the postmillennial movement. However, the Methodist Federation did call for a boycott of Japan, which had invaded China and was disrupting missionary activity there.

When war came in , the vast majority of Methodists strongly supported the national war effort, but there were also a few [] conscientious objectors.

The former church had resulted from mergers of several groups of German Methodist heritage, however there was no longer any need or desire to worship in the German language. The latter church was a result of union between the Methodist Protestant Church and the northern and southern factions of the Methodist Episcopal Church. The merged church had approximately nine million members as of the late s. While United Methodist Church in America membership has been declining, associated groups in developing countries are growing rapidly.

American Methodist churches are generally organized on a connectional model , related, but not identical to that used in Britain. Pastors are assigned to congregations by bishops, distinguishing it from presbyterian government. Methodist denominations typically give lay members representation at regional and national Conferences at which the business of the church is conducted, making it different from most episcopal government.

This connectional organizational model differs further from the congregational model, for example of Baptist , and Congregationalist Churches , among others.

In addition to the United Methodist Church, there are over 40 other denominations that descend from John Wesley's Methodist movement. There are also independent Methodist churches, many of which are affiliated with the Association of Independent Methodists. Some of the charismatic or Pentecostal churches such as the Pentecostal Holiness Church and the Assemblies of God also have roots in or draw from Wesleyan thought.

The Holiness Revival was primarily among people of Methodist persuasion, who felt that the church had once again become apathetic, losing the Wesleyan zeal. Some important events of this revival were the writings of Phoebe Palmer during the mids, the establishment of the first of many holiness camp meetings at Vineland, New Jersey in , and the founding of Asbury College, , and other similar institutions in the U.

An Australasian General Conference, meeting triennially, for Australasia was established in , with Annual Conferences in each colony including New Zealand. Various branches of Methodism in Australia merged during the 20 years from The only sizable Methodist group outside this new structure were the Lay Methodists. In the Rev. Kingsley Ridgway offered himself as a Melbourne-based "field representative" for a possible Australian branch of the Wesleyan Methodist Church of America, after meeting an American serviceman who was a member of that denomination.

The Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia and some independent congregations chose not to join the union. From the mids a number of independent Methodist churches were founded by missionaries and other members from the Methodist Churches of Malaysia and Singapore. Some of these came together to form what is now known as the Chinese Methodist Church in Australia in , electing its first bishop in Since the s many independent Methodist churches have been established or grown by Tongan immigrants.

Many Pacific Islander immigrants of a Methodist background have also joined Uniting Church congregations. As a result of the early efforts of missionaries, most of the natives of the Fiji Islands were converted to Methodism in the s and s. The Methodist Church of New Zealand was the fourth most frequent religious affiliation chosen by those who declared one in the national census. Since the early s, missionaries and Methodist Church members from Malaysia and Singapore established Churches around major centres in New Zealand.

In , Piula Theological College was established in Lufilufi on the north coast of Upolu island in Samoa and serves as the main headquarters of the Methodist church in the country.

Methodism had a particular resonance with the inhabitants of Tonga. As of [update] somewhat more than a third of Tongans adhered to the Methodist tradition. The royal family of the country are prominent members, and the late king was a lay preacher. Many Methodists have been involved in the ecumenical movement , [] which has sought to unite the fractured denominations of Christianity.

Because Methodism grew out of the Church of England, a denomination from which neither of the Wesley brothers seceded, some Methodist scholars and historians, such as Rupert E.

Davies have regarded their 'movement' more as a preaching order within wider Christian life than as a church, comparing them with the Franciscans , who formed a religious order within the medieval European church and not a separate denomination.

Also, a disproportionate number of Methodists take part in inter-faith dialogue. In October , an executive committee of the World Methodist Council resolved to explore the possibility of its Member Churches becoming associated with the doctrinal agreement which had been reached by the Catholic Church and Lutheran World Federation LWF. Catholics and Methodists Reflect Further on the Church," and submitted the text to Methodist and Catholic authorities.

By grace alone , in faith in Christ's saving work and not because of any merit on our part, we are accepted by God and receive the Holy Spirit , who renews our hearts while equipping and calling us to good works This is not to say there is perfect agreement between the three denominational traditions; while Catholics and Methodists believe that salvation involves cooperation between God and man , Lutherans believe that God brings about the salvation of individuals without any cooperation on their part.

Commenting on the ongoing dialogues with Catholic Church leaders , Rev. Ken Howcroft, Methodist minister and the Ecumenical Officer for the Methodist Church of Great Britain, noted that "these conversations have been immensely fruitful.

In the s, the Methodist Church of Great Britain made ecumenical overtures to the Church of England, aimed at denominational union. Formally, these failed when they were rejected by the Church of England's General Synod in ; conversations and co-operation continued, however, leading in to the signing of a covenant between the two churches.

In many towns and villages there are United Churches which are sometimes with Anglican or Baptist churches, but most commonly are Methodist and URC, simply because in terms of belief, practice and churchmanship, many Methodists see themselves as closer to the United Reformed Church than to other denominations such as the Church of England.

Methodist denominations in the United States have also strengthened ties with other Christian traditions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Methodism disambiguation. History in the United States. Articles of Religion Assurance of salvation Conditional preservation of the saints. Four sources of theological authority. John Wesley Charles Wesley. Holiness movement Conservative holiness movement Pentecostalism Evangelicalism. Evangelicalism Charismatic movement Neo-charismatic movement.

Nondenominational churches House churches. A traditional summary of Methodist teaching. All need to be saved. All may be saved. All may know themselves saved. All may be saved to the uttermost.

Wesleyan Quadrilateral and Prima scriptura. List of Methodist denominations. This section may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: Rewrite and copy-edit needed, as are additional references Please help improve this section if you can. January Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Methodist Church of Southern Africa. United Methodist Church in the Philippines. Protestantism in the Philippines. History of Methodism in the United States.

Methodism portal Arminianism portal Christianity portal. It represents approximately 60 million committed members and a further 20 million adherents. Arminians as well as Calvinists appeal to various Scriptures and the early Church Fathers to support their respective views, however the differences remain—Arminianism holds to the role free will in salvation and rejects the doctrines of predestination and election.

Most of the Methodist aristocracy were associated with Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon , who invited Methodist preachers to gatherings which she hosted. Methodists were leaders among Christians at that time in reaching out to the poorest of the working classes. A number of soldiers were also Methodists. Retrieved 18 October But the most-noticeable feature of British Methodism is its missionary spirit, and its organized, effective missionary work. It takes the lead of all other denominations in missionary movements.

From its origin, Methodism has been characterised for its zeal in propagandism. It has always been missionary. Retrieved 17 June Major United Methodist Beliefs.

The Methodist Church in Britain. Wesleyan institutions, whether hospitals, orphanages, soup kitchens or schools, historically were begun with the spirit to serve all people and to transform society.

Retrieved 31 December United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay. Archived from the original on 25 March Retrieved 1 August Lincoln College, Oxford University. Retrieved 24 May A Brief History of the Methodist Denomination".

Retrieved 26 April Retrieved 20 October Retrieved 1 January The Genesis of Methodism. In the Shadow of Aldersgate: Evangelicals in the Church of England Retrieved 4 January Recovering the Love Feast: Broadening Our Eucharistic Celebrations. Wipf and Stock Publishers. Retrieved on 21 October A Plain Account of Christian Perfection".

Retrieved 5 January Goodwin, "Vile or reviled? The causes of the anti-Methodist riots at Wednesbury between May, and April, in the light of New England revivalism. McInelly, "Writing the Revival: Abraham 25 August Retrieved 30 April Raymond; Rupp, Gordon 14 June South Georgia Confessing Association.

Retrieved 30 May The Oxford Companion to British History. Broyles, "Mothering, catechesis, and ecclesial leadership: The women of early Methodism and their call to witness to the gospel of Christ.

Retrieved 6 June A Wesleyan Theology of the Eucharist: Retrieved 11 March Gordon 1 January Among the items deleted by Wesley as unnecessary for Methodists were articles on Of Works Before Justification, which in Calvinism are largely discounted, but in Methodism lauded; Of Predestination and Election, which Wesley felt would be understood in a Calvinist manner that the Methodists rejected; and Of the Traditions of the Church, which Wesley felt to be no longer at issue.

The United Methodist Church. Retrieved 16 October Retrieved 7 January A Statement of the Faith of World-wide Methodism. Publishing House of the M.

The Mosaic of Christian Belief: Two examples of Christian synergism are the Catholic reformer Erasmus, who was roughly contemporary with Luther, and the 17th-century Dutch theologian Arminius.

John Wesley, founder of the Methodist tradition, was also a synergist with regard to salvation. About one hundred and twenty-five years later, the English revivalist and Methodist founder Wesley taught the same basic syneristic view of salvation based on belief in God's prevenient grace enabling fallen sinners to respond freely to God's offer of saving grace.

Steven Harper, "The Way to Heaven: Westminster John Knox Press. Jacob Albright, founder of the movement that led to the Evangelical Church flow in The United Methodist Church, got into trouble with some of his Lutheran, Reformed, and Mennonite neighbors because he insisted that salvation not only involved ritual but meant a change of heart, a different way of living.

James 11 April The Survivor's Guide to Theology. Retrieved 21 May Why I am a Methodist and an Evangelical". The Essentials, 2nd Edition. Eucharistic Sacramentality in an Ecumenical Context: Retrieved 16 March Evangelical Anglicans in the main did not follow the sacramental emphasis of the Wesleys but tended to be Cranmerian in their eucharistic theology, rejecting any notion of an objective presence of Christ in the elements. Retrieved 23 June Methodist Church in Ireland.

Retrieved on 20 October From Faith to Faith: Retrieved 13 September The European Methodist Theological Commission. Retrieved 7 February The Theory and Practice of Extended Communion. John Wesley and Marriage.

Archived from the original PDF on 24 March Retrieved 24 March The Study of Evangelism: Exploring a Missional Practice of the Church. Methodism and the Southern Mind, Retrieved 19 June Epworth Press , p. Sermon 88 - On Dress". Wesley Center for Applied Theology. Wesleyan Methodist Connection of America. Alyssa I was born 23 years ago in Pisa one of the most beautiful town in Europe.

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