And in time, fair-minded and thoughtful methodists will cry, “Enough!”
Had some good singing on board by methodists; got out at Portland and had a most delicious bath before dinner.
Was fond of poison, but did not care for methodists or Presbyterians.
The year after Mr. Whitefield returned from Georgia, 1739, was a wonderful year for the methodists.
The methodists have universities, as have the Presbyterians, Episcopalians, and others.
One wouldn't mind if the methodists didn't laugh so about it.
These were the Episcopalians, the Catholics, and the methodists.
There is ample room there for several; there is no lack of Independents and methodists at Leeds.
Most of them seem to have been methodists, and they had a preacher of that denomination with them.
When about fifteen years of age the methodists had a big revival at Mount Tabor, a neighboring country church.
"One of a new kind of puritans lately arisen, so called from their profession to live by rules and in constant method" [Johnson]. Protestant religious sect founded 1729 at Oxford University by John and Charles Wesley, took that name almost from inception, but it had been used since at least 1686 for various new methods of worship. Related: Methodism.
A Protestant denomination founded by the English clergyman John Wesley and his brother Charles Wesley in the eighteenth century. Methodists are generally flexible in doctrine and in church organization, and stress the social responsibility of Christians. Next to the Baptists, Methodists are the most numerous group of Protestants in the United States.