PRIMITIVE METHODIST SOCIETY (UECNA WEST)
The United Episcopal Methodist Society is an example of how a consistent Methodism would operate if keeping with Mr. John Wesley’s “Old Plan”. The Wesleyan Old Plan expected “the people called Methodists” to remain within the Anglican Church, which was “nearer the scriptural and primitive plan than any other national Church upon earth”. The term “primitive” indicates a strong commitment to remain societal–deferring vestments, titles, hours, and sacraments to the established Church. We are mostly a lay-movement with members following a General Rule, attending Class Meetings, testifying at Love Feasts, and frequently using the Prayer Book. Membership is open to households living in the UE Missionary Diocese of the West. And, if you are a lone family or individual wishing connexion to the UECNA, then our society can provide an answer. We are more than happy to arrange actual visits with anyone living in these Far Western states. We have no denominational test. Our greatest aspiration is to prepare Christians for the Kingdom of God on earth.
Br. Charles Bartlett