There was a very successful reform movement to the Church of England in the eighteenth century. It was founded by a quirky priest named John Wesley. This movement required accountability to a faith that was active. This movement eventually became a church in North America, the Methodist Episcopal Church.
The General Rules of the Methodist Societies served as the core of this movement. They are:
- Do no harm.
- Do good.
- Attend to the ordinances of God (or observe the spiritual disciplines).
Join us as we begin a three week series on the General Rules and how they apply to us today.