Christ Altogether Lovely: Pathways To The Past
John Flavel received his advanced education at University College, Oxford. He was ordained as a Presbyterian at Salisbury in 1650 and was a minister in Devonshire. His ministry was mainly at Devon and Dartmouth. He was one of the ministers that were ejected in 1662. He then preached in his own home for ten years. He was instrumental in promoting the union of Presbyterians and Congregationalist in 1682.