Established Church

  • (noun): The church that is recognized as the official church of a nation.

Some articles on established, church, established church:

Edinoverie - History
... last quarter of the 18th century, after more than a century of struggle between Russia's established Orthodox Church and various Old Believer groups, who did not recognise ... On the side of the established church, the initiators of Edinoverie are said to be Metropolitan Platon of Moscow (the senior hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church) and Archbishop Nikifor,who was ... Popovtsy( Old Believers who already had priests of their own, not recognised by the official church) Old Believers in Elisavetgrad in July of that year, he offered the local Old Believers the possibility ...
Sarah Trimmer - Literary Career - Bell Vs. Lancasterian School System Debate
... of his Quaker sympathies, Lancaster did not encourage the teaching of the doctrines of the Established Church ... did not need to be brought up within the Established Church, wrote and published her Comparative View of the two systems in 1805, creating a schism between two very similar systems ... Children of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church, and the British and Foreign School Society – upon whose work, fundamentally, the whole of later elementary school system was based" ...
Separation Of Church And State In The United States - Early History - Former State Churches in British North America - Colonies With No Established Church
... was founded by Quakers, but the colony never had an established church ... Delaware Colony had no established church ...
Carnoustie - Religion - History of Religion
... The site now occupied by Panbride Church has been a site of worship since 1147 ... The earliest record of a church at Barry is from 1243 when the parish church was consecrated by David de Bernham, Bishop of St Andrews (1238–1252) ... The building that was Barry Parish Church up until the 1950s was built in 1800 on the site of an earlier building that was described as being "old and sorry" ...
Dissenter
... a religious body who has, for one reason or another, separated from the Established Church or any other kind of Protestant who refuses to recognise the supremacy of the Established ... apply to those bodies who dissent from the Presbyterian Church of Scotland which is the national church of Scotland and in speaking of members of ... (for example the wearing of the surplice) with the authorized usages of the Established Church ...

Famous quotes containing the words church and/or established:

    For often at Church I’ve seen the stained high glass
    Pour out the Virgin and Saints, twist and untwist
    The mortal youth of Christ astride an ass.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    [When asked: “Will not woman suffrage make the black woman the political equal of the white woman and does not political equality mean social equality?”:] If it does then men by keeping both white and black women disfranchised have already established social equality!
    Anna Howard Shaw (1847–1919)