John Wesley: The man and his mission
Journey throughout England and follow the story of John Wesley, one of the most influential people who ever lived.
From a childhood upbringing in the small town of Epworth in the north of England to a scholarly education at Oxford University, and from humble beginnings in Bristol to an influential base in London, John Wesley's influence is still felt, though not completely recognised, today.
John Wesley travelled England more than any other person in history. In the 1700s, he established schools, medical centres and chapels as he challenged social, political and religious structures to bring about equality for the marginalised.
Filmed in elegant chapels, bustling centres and historical sites in Epworth, Oxford, Bristol, Cornwall and in London in the United Kingdom, this historical and biographical documentary follows a well respected religious and Methodist commentator, Rev Keith Garner, as he discovers the makings and influence of a man whose work in the 1700s would go on to impact the entire British Empire ... and ripple into today.
John Wesley's work and legacy is revered by millions around the world and this documentary features location interviews with representatives from Oxford University, the Methodist Church, Historical Societies, British Museums and British politics.
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