Congregational Churches

Some articles on congregational, churches, congregational churches:

National Association Of Congregational Christian Churches - History
... For more details on this topic, see Congregational Christian Churches ... By the early 20th century, Congregational churches affiliated with the National Council of Congregational Churches and participated in that body's 1931 merger with the General Convention of ... The churches that eventually formed the NACCC opposed subsequent initiatives to merge the Congregational Christian Churches with the Evangelical and Reformed ...
Bala-Bangor Theological Seminary
... plan would only lead to the presbyterizing of the seminary and of the Congregational churches in general ... Tudur Jones, the last in the distinguished line of Principals to serve the Congregational churches in Wales ... was closed mainly because of lack of demand for two Congregational seminaries in Wales ...
Congregational Federation
... The Congregational Federation is a Federation (or Association or Union) of independent Congregational churches in England, Scotland and Wales ... Formed in 1972 from those Congregational churches which did not enter the union of the Presbyterian Church of England with the Congregational Church in ... These were joined in 2000 by member churches of the Congregational Union of Scotland that chose not to join their merger with the United Reformed Church ...
Christian Denominational Families - Protestantism - Congregationalist Churches
... Main article Congregational Church Congregational Christian Churches in Canada Congregational Federation of Australia Conservative Congregational Christian Conference ...
Christianity In The United Kingdom - Abrahamic - Christianity - Protestantism
... century, led to the creation of various other Presbyterian churches in Scotland, including the Free Church of Scotland, which claims to be the ... They currently have ten churches ... It has about 60 churches in Northern Ireland ...

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