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Our ministries emphasise practical bible teaching, uplifting worship and special programs to meet a variety of life needs.
The Wesleyan Holiness Church is part of a holiness movement now operating in 80 countries of the world with over 5000 churches, 16 of which are in the UK, formed in 1968 resulting from the merger between several like-minded groups dating back as far as 1843.
1922 Evangelical Church is formed, reuniting the Evangelical Association and a splinter group, the United Evangelical Church.
1939 The Methodist Church is formed through the union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Methodist Episcopal Church, South and the Methodist Protestant Church.
Parris, Click Here The Wesleyan Holiness Church believes in one God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit and the Saviour of all men and women who place their faith in Him one for eternal life.
We believe that those who receive new life in Christ are called to be holy in character and conduct and can only live this way by being filled the Lord’s Spirit.
1946 Evangelical United Brethren Church is created by merger of the Evangelical Church and the United Brethren Church.
The Wesleyan Holiness Church has its roots in John Wesley’s Methodism.
The Wesleyan Holiness Church is an Evangelical, Protestant denomination.
We offer the GOOD NEWS that faith in Jesus Christ makes possible a wonderful personal relationship with God, a holy life empowered by His spirit for witness, service and assurance of eternal life in heaven.
1784 Methodist Episcopal Church is established at the Christmas Conference in Baltimore. 1830 A group from the Methodist Episcopal Church organizes the Methodist Protestant Church as the result of differences about the role of bishops, the desire to elect presiding elders (district superintendents) and the desire for voting lay members of the annual conference.
1800 Philip Otterbein and Martin Boehm found the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. 1844 Methodist Episcopal Church, South separates from The Methodist Episcopal Church over the issues of slavery and episcopacy.
We believe in the authenticity of the bible (as God’s word) and seek to establish our faith and actions on its teaching.
We believe God’s will for people everywhere is to know Him and that the purpose of the church it is tell the world about Christ through worship, witness and loving deeds.