Protestantismo y movimiento liberal. La iglesia metodista de El Divino Salvador en Pachuca (Hidalgo, México)
The temple The Divine Savior of the Methodist Church of Mexico (1901), was the regional center of that religious association, from where the missionaries and the new citizens required by the liberal republic left. Sui generis from its origin, this Church composed of descendants of English and Mexicans, built a unique temple of two levels: two similar sanctuaries for simultaneous use of their congregants. Pachuca was a bastion of the Mexican liberal movement in the nineteenth century, supported by the Methodist congregation of El Divino Salvador and its schools, whose location is significant, by sharing the most notable public space in the city with the main Roman Catholic temple. From this congregation and its schools have emerged new temples and countless characters, prominent builders of the new society of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.