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  • 40x40pxThis article's tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia. See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions. Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas File:IEMELIF. jpg Classification Protestant Orientation Mainline Evangelical Christianity and Methodism Polity Episcopal Leader Bishop Nathaniel P. Lazaro Associations Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches, National Council of Churches in the Philippines, World Methodist Council, Christian Conference of Asia Geographical areas Worldwide Founder Bishop Nicolas V. Zamora Origin February 28, 1909 Tondo, Manila, Philippines Separated from Methodist Episcopal Church Separations IEMELIF Reform Movement Congregations 225 Members 34,381 Tertiary institutions 1 Official website www. iemelif. org Methodism File:John Wesley clipped. png John Wesley Background Christianity Protestantism Pietism Anglicanism Arminianism Wesleyanism Doctrines Articles of Religion Prevenient Grace Governmental Atonement New Birth Imparted righteousness Christian perfection Assurance Conditional preservation of the saints Works of Piety Works of Mercy Key people John Wesley Richard Allen Francis Asbury Thomas Coke William Law William Williams Pantycelyn Howell Harris Albert Outler James Varick Charles Wesley George Whitefield Countess of Huntingdon Bishops · Theologians Largest groups World Methodist Council AME Church AME Zion Church Church of the Nazarene CME Church Free Methodist Church Methodist Church of Southern Africa Methodist Church of Great Britain Methodist Church in Ireland Methodist Church in India United Methodist Church Wesleyan Church Organization Connexionalism Methodist Circuit Related groups Holiness movement Moravian Church Salvation Army United Church of Canada Uniting Church in Australia Other topics Saints in Methodism Homosexuality and Methodism   Methodism portal vte The Iglesia Evangelica Metodista en las Islas Filipinas was founded on 28 February 1909 by Bishop Nicholas Zamora. It is the first Indigenous Evangelical Church in the Philippines.
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