Category:Methodist Chapels

From Wightpedia

The modern Methodist denomination is the result of the combination of a number of closely related churches. In the mid 19th century the groups included Wesleyans, Free Wesleyans, Primitive Wesleyans, and Bible Christians.

In 1890 the Primitive Methodist Chapel circuit on the island consisted of seven chapels; Newport, West Cowes, Ningwood, Newbridge, Mark's Corner, Gurnard, and Carisbrooke.[1]

In 1907 a union of a number of the group led to the formation of the 'United Methodist Church', finally in 1932 all the remaining groups combined to form the 'Methodist Church'.[2]

  1. Isle of Wight County Press - 25 October 1890 - page 6.
  2. Methodism on Wikipedia

Pages in category ‘Methodist Chapels’

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