fundamental methodist

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  1. andy

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    Do any of you know if there are any fundamentalist Methodist denominations still left? Are there still conservative Methodist Churches in America?
     
  2. dianetavegia

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    Andy, there is a Methodist church in our area that is dresses only, KJVO and considers themselves unaffiliated with the UMC. I forget what they actually call themselves but I met the pastor at a wedding and he invited me to listen to his sermons on AM Radio. He said I'd be surprised just how close they are to Baptists.

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  3. Yelsew2

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    Did a search on google and found 6 entries, only one of them hold any promise in answering the question.

    Even so, it appears to offer little hope.

    Did another search for "Fundamental Methodist Church", found MANY listings for the Fundies!
     
  4. Dan Stiles

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    Denominations? There is the Evangelical Methodist Church (EMC).
    I highly recommend it if you are seeking conservative Methodism. If you are looking for individual Methodist congregations which are conservative and fundamental in belief, you can find some in the Free Methodist churches and other Wesleyan denominations such as the Wesleyan Church, the Church of the Nazarene, the CCCU, and a few others. Send me a PM for more info on the EMC.

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  5. Dan Stiles

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    Diane,

    The farther south you go, the more Baptist we all get ;)

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  6. atestring

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    In Alabama ther is the Congregational Holiness
    which is split of the Weslyan church.
    There are churches that are called "Holiness Churches" the have roots in methodism.
     

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