United Methodist History
Detailed and well researched perspective of Charles Wesley's life through many never-before-seen archival letters, manuscripts, other documents and experts.
Alex Haley narrates this film produced for the Methodist Bicentennial. It includes nine minutes of humorous claymation and goes on to show the development and organization of the United Methodist Church.
This re-release of the J. Arthur Rank historical classic made in 1954 follows the life of John Wesley from the "brand plucked from the burning" through his missionary travels and back to England to found the Methodist Church.
This is one of the best examples of John Wesley's preaching style. Filmed in authentic locations in England, this dramatic film captures the excitement of hearing firsthand one of the most powerful preachers in all of church history.
Dr. James E. Miller hosts this concise history of the life of John Wesley which chronicles major events and personalities.
The life and ministry of John Wesley: founder of the Methodist Church, Oxford scholar, Anglican priest and missionary is the subject of this video. The renowned cleric and scholar comes alive in a brilliant performance featuring Roger Nelson.
A history of the growth of our denomination from its beginning through the merger in 1968 is the focus of this videostrip.
Musical drama that tells the story of many of Wesley's greatest hymns, which were born out of crisis, conflict, violence, oppression, opposition, and great faith, and which are still timely today.
This video tour guide follows the ever-indefatigable Wesley's path to the key places he knew: Epworth, Oxford, London, Bristol, Midlands, Yorkshire and St. Paul's Cathedral.
Traces the life of John Wesley from his rescue from the rectory fire at age 6 to his death at 83.
Dr. William H. Wilimon leads viewers on a journey through the United Methodist Church. The segments include discussions of the history, theology, worship and outreach of the denomination.