United Methodist Church of Sweden

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United Methodist Church of Sweden
Saint Paul's Church, methodist church in Södermalm in Stockholm
ClassificationProtestant
OrientationProtestantism
TheologyMethodism
RegionSweden
Origin1868
Members6 436 (2009)
PublicationsSvenska sändebudet

The United Methodist Church of Sweden (Swedish: Metodistkyrkan i Sverige) was a Christian denomination in Sweden. It existed between 1868 and 2012. It contributed towards the creation of the Uniting Church in Sweden. According to a report from 2009, the denomination had 6,436 members.[1]

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  1. Stefan Lundell (18 June 2010). "Bara ett under kan rädda frikyrkan". Dagens industri.

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