In Their Own Words
June 24, 1737
Wesley Thanked for Sermon
Though evangelist John Wesley had his problems in Savannah, on this day he was well received, as Thomas Causton noted in his journal:
“24 June: … The Society of Free Masons held their Annual Feast after had been at Church & heard a Sermon, & broke up about 3 o’Clock. Mr Wesley dined with us, & received the Thanks of the Society for his suitable Sermon… .”
Source: [no author or editor cited], Our First Visit in America: Early Reports from the Colony of Georgia, 1732-1740 (Savannah: Beehive Press, 1974), p. 262.