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Union of Methodist and Waldensian Churches

The Union of Methodist and Waldensian Churches is an Italian united church.

It was founded in 1975 upon the union of the Waldensian Evangelical Church (a reformed church with pre-Lutheran roots) and the Italian Methodist Church.

It has 50,000 members (45,000 Waldensians, of whom 30,000 in Italy and some 15,000 divided between Argentina and Uruguay, and 5,000 Methodists) and it is member of both the World Communion of Reformed Churches and of the World Methodist Council.

It is a founding member of the Federation of Evangelical Churches in Italy.

See also

External links

  • Official website
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