Conservative Evangelicals in Methodism (CEIM)

CEIM was the more scholarly, doctrinally and ethically aware wing of the Methodist Revival Fellowship, but always shared with the Fellowship in concern for prayer and revival. It provided an annual platform for discussion at its residential conferences and through a widely circulated periodical and occasional papers. Aware of the need for evangelical influence in the wider Church, it fostered opportunities for the evangelical position to be represented in the courts of the Church, especially at the Conference. In 1987 it joined with the Revival Fellowship to form Headway.

  • A.Skevington Wood, The Kindled Flame (1987)
  • Martin Wellings, Evangelicals in Methodism: Mainstream, Marginal or Misunderstood? (Ilkeston, 2005)

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