Primitive Methodist Bibliography by Stephen Hatcher
Primitive Methodism was a ‘fresh expression’ of Christianity at the beginning of the 19th Century. It was a grass-roots movement led by a carpenter (Hugh Bourne) and a potter (William Clowes) and with a working-class following. Once overshadowed by the Wesleyan Methodism movement, Primitive Methodism is now recognised as being worthy of study in itself, and highly relevant for today. This bibliography complied by the Rev Dr Stephen Hatcher BEM will help all who wish to make a study of this transforming, radical and charismatic movement.