Free Methodists’ Beliefs

FMCIC-LOGO-on-white-1In doctrine, Free Methodists’ beliefs are the standard beliefs of Wesleyan-Arminian Protestantism, with distinctive emphasis on the teaching of entire sanctification as held by John Wesley, to whom the Free Methodist Church traces its origins.

The Free Methodist Church, along with the United Methodist Church, shares a common heritage linked to the Methodist revival in England during the 18th century. The Free Methodist Church itself arose within the context of holiness movement within 19th century Methodism. The Articles of Religion  are the official doctrinal statements of the Free Methodist Church worldwide.

The term “Articles of Religion” came to Methodism through John Wesley’s adaptation of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England.

The Articles of Religion are our Statement of Faith.

Free Methodist – Be Free Video Series

A series of videos that demonstrate the embodiment of the Free Methodist Church.