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The aims of the Society laid down in 1893 were to promote:

  1. the study of the history and literature of early Methodism
  2. research into the Wesleys
  3. investigation into the beginnings and development of Methodism

Epworth Rectory
Epworth Rectory: the home of the Wesley Family

John Wesley's Chapel
John Wesley's Chapel
The New Room, Bristol
Built 1739 Enlarged 1748
the oldest Methodist building in the world

Wesley's Chapel
Wesley's Chapel
City Road, London
Built 1778
Mother Church of World Methodism
John Wesley's home 1779 - 1791

The scope of the Society has widened to include:

  1. the history of all sections of The British Methodist Church that United in 1932
  2. other Wesleyan and Methodist denominations

Englesea Brook
former Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cheshire

Built 1828 Enlarge 1832 and
Re-opened by William Clowes
Hugh Bourne is buried in the graveyard
Now The Museum Of Primitive Methodism
Englesea Brook

Mount Zion Methodist Church
Mount Zion Methodist Church
Upper Brockholes Halifax
Built 1774 and where John Wesley Stayed & preached in 1774 & 1790

Oldest surviving Methodist New Connexion chapel


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