Faculdade de Teologia Metodista Livre

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Faculdade de Teologia Metodista Livre (Free Methodist College)
Free Methodist Church (emblem).jpg
Free Methodist Church logo
Classification Protestant
Orientation Methodist Holiness
Polity Modified episcopacy
Associations Christian Holiness Partnership;
Christian Churches Together;
National Association of Evangelicals;
Wesleyan Holiness Consortium;
World Methodist Council
Founder Benjamin Titus Roberts
Origin 1860
Pekin, New York
Separated from Methodist Episcopal Church
Official website ftml.com.br

The Faculdade de Teologia Metodista Livre (Free Methodist College), also known as "FTML" or simply "Metodista", is a private school based primarily in the city of São Paulo, in the São Paulo state of Brazil.


Metodista traces its history to 1956, when the Methodists created the Free Methodist Church (and the Theology College) in in São Paulo.

Graduation programs[edit]

The school offers:

  • Doctorate (Ph.D. / Th.D.)
  • Master's degree
  • Bachelor's degree (Theology)


The university has, in total, one campi in:

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