Episcopal and Methodist Churches

These are churches which come out of the English Reformation.  In the 16th century, the Church of England (Anglican Church) separated from the Roman Catholic Church.  However, it retained some of the flavor of its Catholic roots but was also influenced by Reformed theology. Retaining a hierarchical system of bishops and dioceses, its influence in other parts of the British Empire resulted in other Episcopal Churches.

In the 18th century, John Wesley and others led a Pietist revival in England resulting in the beginning of Methodism.  Methodists and Wesleyan Churches eventually separated from their Episcopal parent churches.

Episcopal and Methodist Disabilities Ministries

The Episcopal Church (USA)

United Methodist Church (USA)

DisAbility Ministries Committee of The United Methodist Church is dedicated to opening hearts, minds, and doors for people of all abilities in United Methodist Church. See especially their extensive audit of facilities, features, and programs.

Free Methodist Church

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