A Vicar’s Testimony: “Pentecost” at Sunderland (1908)

The personal story of the Rev. Alexander A. Boddy, Anglican vicar of All Saints’ Parish Church, Sunderland, who was the founder of Pentecostalism in the UK.

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This pamphlet contains the personal testimony of the Rev. Alexander A. Boddy, the Anglican vicar of All Saints’ Parish Church, Sunderland, who is considered the founder of Pentecostalism in the United Kingdom. Boddy describes his first Pentecostal experience which occurred at the Sunderland church during revival meetings there and the events leading up to his personal experience, discussing the influence of the Welsh Revival and the revivals in Los Angeles. At Boddy’s invitation, T.B. Barratt traveled to Sunderland and spent seven weeks holding meetings at Boddy’s church. The result was a Pentecostal outpouring that laid the foundations of Pentecostalism in the United Kingdom.