Primitive Methodist


Definition of Primitive Methodist

  1. :  a member of the nonepiscopal Primitive Methodist Church organized in 1812 in England and later extended to the U.S. where it now continues to emphasize basic Wesleyan doctrines and greater congregational participation in its government

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