Methodism was born on the evening of May 24, 1738, when John Wesley felt his heart "strangely warmed" at a meeting in Aldersgate Street London, England.
Upon the arrival of Francis Asbury in Philadelphia, October 28,1771, the fires of Methodism burned brightly across America.
The Twentieth Century Reformation of Remnant Methodism began on May 9, 1946 in Memphis, Tennessee. This movement was founded upon the inspiration and authenticity of the Bible and upon the Twenty-five Articles of Religion as set forth by John Wesley, both in belief and practice. The Biblical Methodism continues...
The Evangelical Methodist Church