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Title: The Methodist Church
Authors: Agius, Paul P.
Keywords: Floriana (Malta) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Methodist church buildings -- Malta -- Floriana
Wesleyan Methodist Church (Floriana, Malta)
Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Floriana (Malta) -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Malta -- Politics and government -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Floriana : Parroċċa San Publju
Citation: Agius, P.P. (2005). The Methodist Church. Festa San Publju, Floriana, 2005, 53-55
Abstract: After much work, a new Methodist church was opened in Floriana in 1883. This church served mostly the British population on the island and most importantly soldiers. In fact the popularity of the Methodist religion came into waves, as this depended on the presence of soldiers and sailors on the island. Apart from worship the church served as a socio-cultural centre with many activities being held and organised. With the departure of the British from the islands, church numbers were dwindling and it was in 1975 that the building was evacuated and turned to the local government.
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