Free Church

The proper noun Free Church may refer to:

in Germany
in Iceland
  • Reykjavík Free Church
in Norway
  • Evangelical Lutheran Free Church of Norway
in UK
  • Free Church of England
  • Free Church of Scotland (1843–1900)
  • Free Church of Scotland (post-1900)
  • Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)
  • United Free Church of Scotland
in the United States
  • Lutheran Free Church, 1897 to 1963
  • Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, 1962-Present
  • Powers Church, in Steuben County, Indiana, near Angola, also known as Free Church and listed as that on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)
  • Evangelical Free Church of America, Southbridge, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed
  • First Congregational Free Church, Oriskany Falls, New York, NRHP-listed
  • Free Church Parsonage, Rhinecliff, New York, NRHP-listed
  • Free Church of the Good Shepherd, Raleigh, North Carolina, NRHP-listed

Other articles related to "church, free church, free":

Scottish Society - History - Victorian Era (1832–1914) - Social Conditions
... The duality that emerged with the separation of the Church did not only raise problems concerning education there were also large numbers of poor people to consider ... The national Church had lost its authority concerning the parishes which had taken care of the poor, and seen to their well-being ... The Free Church had to build up an entirely new organisation, in order to avoid leaving the poor to themselves and their fate ...
Peter Hately Waddell - Life
... He was a student of divinity at the time of the disruption of 1843 of the Church of Scotland, and then cast in his lot with the seceders, who afterwards ... year he removed to Girvan, Ayrshire, to the pastorate of a small free-church congregation ... His attachment to the free church was loosened when he found that its members intended to retain in the entirety the rigid definitions contained in the Westminster confession of faith ...
Borve, Lewis - Churches
... Borve Free Church was built by local men in 1895 at the junction between the A857 and Church Street, and was extended in the 1980s to include a hall to the rear ... Members of the Free Church of Scotland attend some services in Borve but belong to the congregation of Barvas, where services are held more frequently ... To the north of the church stood a property which housed a missionary until the 1970s, when provision for a missionary ceased and it was sold ...
Church Of Tonga
... The Church of Tonga (Siasi ʻo Tonga) is one of the churches in Tonga ... unification in 1924 of the Wesleyan mission and the Free church into the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga, and they also did not agree with the schism of 1928 when the ... To avoid confusion with the Free Church of Tonga, this church is colloquially known as the Church of the Lords ...
Free Church, Hampstead Garden Suburb
... The Free Church is a building located in Hampstead Garden Suburb, Barnet, London ... It was built to a design by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1908-1910, and, like St Jude's Church at the opposite side of Central Square, is a Grade I listed building ...

Famous quotes containing the words church and/or free:

    When the Revolutionaries ran short of gun wadding the Rev. James Caldwell ... broke open the church doors and seized an armful of Watts’ hymnbooks. The preacher threw them to the soldiers and shouted, “Give ‘em Watts, boys—give ‘em Watts!”
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    The angels yawning in an empty heaven;
    Alternate shows of dynamite and rain;
    And choosing forced on free will: fire or ice.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)