Religion: Methodists

In 1925, the Methodist, Presbyterian, and Congregationalist Churches of Canada ceased being separate organizations and became the United Church of Canada (TIME, June 22. 1925). The unification was not unanimous nor was it accomplished without wheezings and cries from minority separatists.

In the U. S., there have always been men to cry for union and other men to cry them down. Yet last week, at the Quadrennial General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, being held in Kansas City, a resolution was introduced to effect not merely...

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