Monthly Archives: May 2012

The history of Pentecostalism in the UK (BBC radio interview)

Interested in hearing more about Pentecost and the history of Pentecostalism in the UK? Have a listen to my interview on BBC Radio Leicester, Sunday 27th May 2012 hosted by Dulcie Dixon (the interview is 2hrs 16mins into the programme).

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Pentecostalism: its Multicultural and Ecumenical Significance

As we celebrate Pentecost this week, my attention and reflection is drawn to the origins of the Pentecostal movement and its implications for cultural diversity and Church unity. This reflection starts with the day of Pentecost as we found in … Continue reading

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The First African Pentecostal Church in Europe (1906-Present)

The year 2006 marks the centenary celebrations of the first African Pentecostal Church in Britain. This Church, now known as Sureway International Christian Ministries, was founded by the late Rev. Thomas Kwame Brem-Wilson around 1906. The year 1906 is very … Continue reading

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