United Methodist Exploration
The history, beliefs, and traditions of the United Methodist religion are actively conveyed in their worship setting. The historical background stems from one search for true grace. The beliefs and traditions are explained through holy books and are examined through practices at church services.
Methodism's historical origins are sprung from one man's need to reach out to everyone. John Wesley, along with his brother Charles, wanted to provide something all people could
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very open and welcoming to anyone who shares one particular belief with them, a belief in God as the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
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Campbell, Ted. A.. Methodist Doctrine The Essentials. Nashville, Abingdon Press, 1999.
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Tucker, Karen B. Westerfield. The Sunday Service of the Methodists. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1996.