Free Methodist Church Beliefs. Roots that ground us in a heritage distinguished for fighting slavery, empowering women and pursuing holiness. The landing place fellowship follows the beliefs of the worldwide free methodist church.
In 1960 the holiness movement church of canada merged with the free methodist church of north america. Within the free methodist church we define the three levels in this way: The church is a fellowship of the redeemed and the redeeming, preaching the word of god and administering the sacraments according to christ’s instruction.
First level is the book of discipline:
Roberts began objecting to the innovations being brought in by the methodist episcopal church. 52 in stock (can be backordered) what we believe: A primary basis of the methodist church is what john wesley called practical divinity. In harmony with a long tradition of equal opportunity for women to serve in the church from the days of the early church meeting in houses to today’s recognition that god calls and gifts women as well as men to serve his church, we affirm god’s call and equip god’s leaders to serve.