The Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion is a small society of evangelical churches, founded in 1783 by Selina, Countess of Huntingdon as a result of the Evangelical Revival. For years it was strongly associated with the Calvinist Methodist movement of George Whitefield.
John Marrant (1755 – 1791), an ordained minister with the Connexion, was a noted evangelist amongst the Cherokee Native Americans and the Black Loyalists of Nova Scotia.
In the 1850s English-speaking Quebecer John Molson built a church for the sect near his brewery in Montreal, but it was poorly attended and soon became a military barracks.
Today the church has 21 congregations in England and some in Sierra Leone. Of the UK churches six normally have full time pastors — Eastbourne, Ely, Goring, St. Ives, Turners Hill and Ebley. Total attendance at all churches is approximately 1,000 adults and children.
- At Ely, Cambridgeshire: New Connexions Free Church, Ely
- At Copthorne, West Sussex: Copthorne Chapel
- At Ely Cambridgeshire: Countess Free Church, Ely
- At Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex: Shoreham Free Church
- At Eastbourne, East Sussex: South Street Free Church
- At Turners Hill, West Sussex: Turners Hill Free Church
- At Woodmancote, Gloucestershire: Woodmancote Evangelical Free Church
- At Wormey, between Hoddesdon and Cheshunt, Hertfordshire: Wormley Free Church
- At Cradley, Herefordshire, near Malvern, founded 1823
- At Bells Yew Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
- At Bolney, Haywards Heath, West Sussex
- At Broad Oak, Canterbury, Kent
- At Ebley, Stroud, Gloucestershire
- At Goring-on-Thames, Reading, Berkshire
- At Hailsham, East Sussex
- At Middleton, Greater Manchester
- At Mortimer West End, Padworth Common, Reading. Berkshire
- At Rosedale, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire
- At Leysdown, Isle of Sheppey, Kent
- At St Ives, Cornwall
- At Wivelsfield, East Sussex
No longer active 
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