Methodist Reform Church
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The Methodist Reform Church was a Christian denomination that was formed in 1849 in Clapham, England. Their place of worship was called the Methodist Reform Chapel. It dissolved in 1857 when most of the members amalgamated with the Wesleyan Association to form the United Methodist Free Church, which later became the United Methodist Church. The remaining members formed the Wesleyan Reform Union.
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