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Of or pertaining to Congregationalism, Congregationalists or a Congregational church
{a} relating to a congregation, and to a church government by consent and election
Of or pertaining to a congregation; conducted, or participated in, by a congregation; as, congregational singing
relating to or conducted or participated in by a congregation; "congregational membership"; "congregational singing" of or pertaining to or characteristic of a Congregational church
Belonging to the system of Congregationalism, or to Congregationalist; holding to the faith and polity of Congregationalism; as, a Congregational church
of or pertaining to or characteristic of a Congregational church
relating to or conducted or participated in by a congregation; "congregational membership"; "congregational singing"
Of or pertaining to a congregation
{s} pertaining to a congregation, of an assembly for religious worship, of a religious community
Congregational church
Any Protestant church run independently by its own congregation, especially one in the United Church of Christ|United Church of Christ]], the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches|National Association of Congregational Christian Churches]], or the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference|Conservative Congregational Christian Conference]]
Congregational churches
plural form of Congregational church
congregational christian church
merger of the Congregational Church and the Christian Church
congregational church
a Protestant denomination holding that each individual congregation should be self-governing
Congregationalist
A member of the Congregational church
congregationalism
Any of several forms of church organization in which each congregation is responsible for its own government
congregationalism
{n} church government by the members of the church and congregation
congregationalist
{n} an adherent to the congregational form of church and congregation
Congregationalism
a type of Christianity in which each congregation is responsible for making its own decisions. Movement that arose among English Protestant Christian churches in the late 16th and early 17th century. It developed as one branch of Puritanism and emphasized the right and duty of each congregation to govern itself independent of higher human authority. Its greatest influence and numbers were in the U.S., where Puritans first established it at Plymouth Colony. The Half Way Covenant (1662) loosened requirements for church membership, and the Great Awakening led U.S. Congregationalism away from its Calvinist roots. Many churches defected to Unitarianism. In general, Congregationalists eschew creeds and emphasize preaching over sacraments, accepting only baptism and the Eucharist. English Congregationalists are now part of the United Reform Church. Most American Congregationalists are now part of the United Church of Christ. Baptist, Disciples of Christ, and Unitarian Universalist churches also practice congregational polity
Congregationalism
A system of self-governing Protestant churches
Congregationalism
{i} form of church government (Protestantism)
Congregationalist
{i} member of a Congregational church (Protestantism)
congregationalism
The faith and polity of the Congregational churches, taken collectively
congregationalism
system of beliefs and church government of a Protestant denomination in which each member church is self-governing
congregationalism
That system of church organization which vests all ecclesiastical power in the assembled brotherhood of each local church
congregationalist
One who belongs to a Congregational church or society; one who holds to Congregationalism
congregationalist
Of or pertaining to congregationalism
congregationalist
of or pertaining to or characteristic of a Congregational church
congregational

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