KESWICK CONVENTION


KESWICK CONVENTION
   annual summer gathering of EVANGELICALS at Keswick in the English Lake District. It originated in the MOODY-SANKEY REVIVAL of 1875. The movement aims to promote "practical HOLINESS." Its motto is "All One in Christ Jesus."

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