Jesus Christ is the founder of all churches. Each may have someone that was significant in forming the church. For Methodist it was John Wesley.
The Methodist religion was founded by John Wesley
It has not been founded yet
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The Methodist church
The Methodist church is a type of Christianity that was founded by John Wesley started as a bible study from the Church of England
The Methodist Church was founded by John Wesley, Charles Wesley, and George Whitefield. They were teased for being so "methodical" in their Bible studies, which is what gave the church the name "Methodist".
John Wesley founded Arminian Methodism and George Whitfield founded Calvinistic Methodism. The Methodism of which we are familiar today stems from John Wesley.
The origin of the First United Methodist Church was founded by two men, John and Charles Wesley during the 19th century. They broke away from the teachings of Martin Luther, who founded the Lutheran Church.
The Methodist Movement began in Cuba nearly 125 years ago. Men and women from Florida arrived in Cuba in 1883 with the vision and passion of preaching the Gospel. They founded the Methodist Church and it grew until, in 1959, it was the largest denomination in Cuba.