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Bilston Methodist Church and Community Centre
We have a schoolroom building built in 1880/96 which is in the Bilston conservation area and is recognised as an ...
Methodist Association of Youth Clubs
Abbots Langley Methodist Church
and the Timberlake family
Barge-ware Tea Pot
Swaffham Wesleyan Church
Life Expectancy of Methodists
Link to an article in the Daily Telegraph 2010
Abersychan / Garndiffaith 'Youth Squash'
Lonsdale Road Methodist Church, Gloucester
Welcome given to German POW's
Methodist New Connexion Potter
Kenilworth Methodist Church
70 years ago
Rev Richard Keen
Rev Samuel Fear
Our Missionary Life
John Young's account of his time in world mission
John Wesley commemorative bowl
How to get in touch with the team behind 'My Methodist History'
Farringtons Past and Present
The story of Farringtons begins in 1908. At that time, there was already a very successful Methodist boy’s school, The ...
Remembering Methodism's "Great War" Dead
Some 6,146,574 Britons served with the armed forces during the Great War, of whom 722,785 were killed, 1,676,037 were wounded, ...
Memories of Mission
John Pritchard recalls his days of mission overseas
King's Somborne Methodist Free Church, Hampshire
The Chapel was built in 1826.The photograph shows the building in 2012 by which time its future was uncertain.
Betley Methodist Chapel, Staffordshire
A Methodist Society was formed in the village in 1803. Richard Brampton registered a meeting place for worship in the village on ...
Online Dictionary of Methodism
Hosted by the Wesley Historical Society
Kathleen Arnott (nee Coulson)
West Wickham Methodist Church's first missionary
Chapter 1 Browns Town and Edmondson Circuit
by Derek Stanworth
Becoming a Methodist Missionary
by David Curtis
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