The congregationalists of that town being without a place of worship were enabled to rent from the Covenanters.
The main body of the congregationalists, however, adhere to the old Boards.
I reply, as regards Baptists and congregationalists, they are very much the same.
In this country the Independents took the name of congregationalists.
The church is at present used by the congregationalists, and was formerly known as Connaught Chapel.
The congregationalists will soon decide the position they will take.
The church has been honored by his being chosen to represent the congregationalists at national gatherings.
If he expects to get a crop of congregationalists, he will often lament over poor returns.
congregationalists—None other eligible for office, or allowed the elective franchise at Massachusetts Bay.
A new chapel had just been erected in Lambeth by the congregationalists, and immediately Mr. Martin filled it.
A Protestant denomination that has roots in the Nonconformists of England. The Congregationalists are much like the Methodists in their teachings. They consider the individual congregation the basic unit of their church, and they practice baptism of infants. Most Congregationalists in the United States belong to the United Church of Christ.