Between the nonconformists and the rigid conformists stood the Low Church party.
Have you ever noticed how it is that the nonconformists in any society are usually crackpots?
The nonconformists still formed an important part of the City.
At first the leaders of the migration were nonconformists not Separatists.
Nor did the Church make easy the situation of the nonconformists.
The Education Act of 1902 brought the nonconformists into action.
But he habitually associated with orthodox nonconformists during the time he lived at Southampton.
To restrict the term Puritan to nonconformists is a modern mistake.
This, after thirty years' service in the Church and a bitter feeling against nonconformists, is rather remarkable.
He was a minister of a well-known denomination of nonconformists.
Protestants in England in the seventeenth century and afterward who refused to belong to the Church of England, which was the established church for Protestants in the country. Many Protestant churches in the United States, such as the Congregationalists, are rooted in the teachings of the English Nonconformists. The Nonconformists are also called Dissenters.