Tag: communion

Methodist History and the Trial of 1737

The Trial of 1737 is a trial that I’m sure John Wesley (founder of Methodism) would like to forget.  It seems that while in London he had been introduced to James Oglethorpe who had apparently started a new colony in America. That colony would be what we now know as Georgia. Wesley would be encouraged …

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Nourished by Communion

At Friendship Church we have many denominations represented on any given Sunday.  Many, who are Friendship partners (members), were once from other denominations than the United Methodist Church.  While we teach on Communion as part of our Growth Track, I thought it might be helpful to post this article on communion in the United Methodist …

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