Free Church

This collection of websites has been selected around the theme of Free Church religion. The Free Churches (successively known in previous generations as Dissenters and Nonconformists) formally emerged in the seventeenth century. They originally comprised individuals and denominations refusing to conform to the doctrines and practices of the Church of England but have come to include a large number of evangelical and renewal movements which have grown up quite independently of the established Church. Most, but not all, of them are trinitarian. The major categories, in terms of numerical strength, currently comprise Baptist, Methodist, Reformed and Pentecostal. In addition to the websites included in this collection, there is a separate special collection for the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Sites (44)

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  1. Guy Chester Centre
  2. gwefan Ann Griffiths website
  3. Historic Chapels Trust
  4. Independent Methodist Churches
  5. King's Church -making Jesus famous
  6. London City Mission
  7. London Theological Seminary
  8. Methodist Church
  9. Methodist Church by Barnes Pond
  10. Midland Union of Unitarian & Free Christian Churches
  11. Moriah Loughor: Birthplace of the 1904 Welsh Revival
  12. Penrallt Baptist Church
  13. Penuel: Eglwys y Bedyddwyr Bangor
  14. Potters House, The
  15. Richmond and Hounslow Methodist Circuit
  16. Saltaire United Reformed Church
  17. Salvation Army
  18. Seventh-day Adventist Church United Kingdom and Ireland
  19. Strict Baptist Historical Society
  20. Tollington Park Baptist Church

Sites (44)

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