Christian faith. and many congregations recite one or the other weekly in their worship services. The officially binding theological statements are not the creeds, but what are called the "Articles of
Religion," which are drawn from the Anglican Church's Articles of Religion.
Methodists are ecumenical and willing to work with and learn from Christians of other denominations. They believe in bringing their intellect to their faith. They value both passion and experience. This combination of reason and experience-the intellectual pursuit ofGod with spiritual fervor and passion-is part of the basic makeup of Methodism. Wesley added experience to the