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Philip William Otterbein

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Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

First Reformed Church


Affiliations

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Founder


Church of the United Brethren

Founder


Old Otterbein United Methodist Church

Founder


Christ Church

Founder


Web References(176 Total References)


Historic Boehm's Chapel | Boehm's Church

www.boehmsumc.org [cached]

There Martin Boehm preached to a large crowd that included Philip William Otterbein, formerly a pastor at First Reformed Church, Lancaster.


225th Anniversary Celebration of Boehm's Chapel - OCUIR

www.ocuir.org [cached]

In attendance was Philip William Otterbein, a former pastor at First Reformed Church, who was deeply moved by Boehm's sermon, and greeted Boehm with the words "Wir sind Brüder" ("We are brothers") at the conclusion of the service.
In 1800, Boehm and Philip William Otterbein would be key in founding the Church of the United Brethren in Christ and became the first bishops of the new denomination which was a predecessor to The United Methodist Church.


Untitled Document

www.umcwesley.com [cached]

Phillip Otterbein, a Philip Otterbein was a minister of the German Reformed Church who served German settlers in Pennsylvania and later in Baltimore. The 2 men met in 1767 at a revival meeting in Lancaster, PA. After Boehm's sermon, Otterbein embraced Boehm, and said "We are brethren."


Today in History - November 30

lutheranhistory.org [cached]

1725 Martin Boehm , a Mennonite bishop who was excluded from the Mennonite communion because of his liberal views and association with persons of other sects and in 1800 joined with Philip W. Otterbein and others to form the United Brethren in Christ Church, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (d. 23 March 1812).


History

jcumc.com [cached]

The first was founded by Philip William Otterbein (1726ñ1813) and Martin Boehm (1725ñ1812).
Otterbein, a German Reformed pastor, and Boehm, a Mennonite, preached an evangelical message and experience similar to the Methodists. By the time of Asburyís death in March 1816, Otterbein, Boehm, and Albright had also died. In the Evangelical United Brethren heritage, for example, Philip William Otterbein, the principal founder of the United Brethren in Christ, assisted in the ordination of Francis Asbury to the superintendency of American Methodist work.


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