Methodism started as a movement to inspire and train disciples for Christian living and to spread scriptural holiness across the land. John Wesley, our founder, taught that Christian living was to practice the means of grace and that scriptural holiness was the combination of personal holiness (a transformation of the heart) and social holiness (a transformation of the world).
The Wesleyan Means of Grace
Courageous and forward-leaning mission congregations practice spiritual disciplines. Our vital work is a spiritual adventure based in John Wesley’s means of grace. Read More
In the 1900’s, the movement both expanded and contracted. It expanded outside the United States but within the United States the movement had mixed experiences. Read More