Category: Sandemanian (Glasite) Church

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The Sandemanian church is a non-conformist protestant movement which began in Scotland in 1730’s and spread into England and to the USA. The church was founded by John Glas but much of the teaching was developed and promoted by his son-in-law Robert Sandeman, who founded churches in England and in North America.

The churches were close knit communities, and many families were members of the church for several generations.

The London church included notables such as Michael Faraday. The church has now died out.

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See: Wikipedia article on Glasite Church

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